Sport Grayson Allen Has Yet Another Gray Area Moment

07:10  11 january  2017
07:10  11 january  2017 Source:   The Big Lead

Lawyers seek to halt Va. man's execution to challenge drugs

  Lawyers seek to halt Va. man's execution to challenge drugs RICHMOND, Va. — Attorneys of a condemned Virginia inmate are asking a federal judge to halt his scheduled execution so they can challenge the state's plan to use drugs from a secret compounding pharmacy. U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson heard arguments Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, from attorneys for Gray, who are seeking a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction in his case. He also heard from attorneys for the state. (Mike Morones/The Free Lance-Star via AP, File) RICHMOND, Va.

EMAIL. UPDATE: Grayson Allen has been suspended indefinitely by Duke. He just needs somebody to just give him a good asskicking. He’s going to be just like Draymond Green, Bruce Bowen, Chris Paul, and so on when it comes to dirty shit since nobody’s fucked him up yet and the powers that be aren’t doing shit. Profile. By: waltah. 12.22.2016 @ 6:25 AM.

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Grayson Allen seemingly cannot go more than a game or two without a video making the rounds where it is difficult to judge his intent. He was, as everyone knows, suspended "indefinitely" for one game for a lifetime achievement award of tripping his opponents. Saturday brought a new video where it was hard to tell whether his awkward leg flailing was on purpose or not.

In tonight's 88-72 loss to Florida State, Allen was flying out of bounds. He appears to reach out and shove an opposing assistant coach out of the way:

This is another instance where we just can't really know what is going through his mind. This video is in slow motion. Maybe he was trying to get the coach out of the way and avoid a worse collision? But, because of his body of his work, expect this video to be heavily scrutinized.


Executed man's lawyers raise concerns about lethal injection .
<p>Attorneys for a convicted killer executed in Virginia say they're concerned his lethal injection caused a painful death.</p>Ricky Gray was pronounced dead at 9:42 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a three-drug injection. The 39-year-old was convicted of brutally killing a Richmond family in 2006.

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