Grayson Allen out for Kings-Bucks after injuring Alex Caruso

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Allen out for Kings-Bucks after injuring Bulls' Caruso originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Kings fans worried about Grayson Allen potentially guarding one of the team's star players will not have to worry, as the infamous guard will not play in Saturday night's game between the Kings and Milwaukee Bucks.

Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer confirmed Allen would not suit up due to left hip soreness before Saturday night's game, just hours after it was announced that Alex Caruso suffered a wrist fracture on a wildly dangerous play from Allen.

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Caruso will undergo surgery and miss at least 6-8 weeks according to the team's official announcement. Allen was assessed a Flagrant 2 and was ejected from Friday night's game.

Both Allen and Giannis Antetokounmpo (knee) will not play against the Kings, who are eager for a victory after back-to-back losses to the lowly Houston Rockets and Detroit Pistons.