Milwaukee Bucks youngster Giannis Antetokounmpo was tossed from Game 6 against the Chicago Bulls on Thursday night after this hit on Mike Dunleavy.
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The series between the two Eastern Conference rivals has threatened to boil over on numerous occasions, and Game 6 was no different with Jimmy Butler and OJ Mayo clashing just moments earlier.
Mayo earned himself a technical foul for coming off the bench as a timeout was called to exchange a few words with his Bulls rival, but it continues to backfire on the Bucks who are down 65-33 at halftime.
They won’t have Antetokounmpo to help them out of the hole either as the ‘Greek Freak’ was ejected with a flagrant 2 foul for wiping out Dunleavy as the Bulls veteran got the hoop and harm with a three that connected.
The pair have in fact also clashed earlier in the series as they got tangled up under the basket and had to be separated, and this was certainly inexperience and a lack of discipline from the Bucks youngster who will have cost his team a vital part of their rotation in a bid to get back in the game.