Grayson Allen, not Marvin Bagley III, delivers early statement for Duke

12:53 AM ET

CHICAGO — On a night in which college basketball needed a diversion — away from an FBI probe and players being arrested for shoplifting — it was a revamped Grayson Allen who delivered.

It was supposed to be an opportunity for college hoops fans to get their first true taste of Duke’s much-heralded freshman class, the one that featured possible No. 1 pick Marvin Bagley III, and a few more potential first-rounders in Wendell Carter Jr., Trevon Duval and Gary Trent Jr.

Instead, it was the guy who wasn’t supposed to be still calling Durham home, a player who has faced as much scrutiny as any that has hit a college campus in recent years for a trio of tripping incidents.


The kid everyone loves to hate.

“If he plays like that this season, you can lock him back in as a first-round pick, maybe a lottery pick,” one NBA general manager told ESPN. “And I’m not sure how he isn’t back in the mix as

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