Grayson Allen, a Duke Men's Basketball player, was suspended by Mike Krzyzewski "indefinitely" for being caught tripping an opponent for the third time since last year. However, this suspension only lasted for one game (which they lost).
This has resulted in rising concerns about the Duke community — do they know what "indefinite" means? I went to dictionary.com for them to provide a basic definition, you know, for next time.
1. not definite; without fixed or specified limit; unlimited:
2. not clearly defined or determined; not precise or exact:
an indefinite boundary; an indefinite date in the future.
So, in light of our hatred for the worst team in the world being so lenient with the childish actions of one of their "star" players, I’ve comprised a very accurate and short (much like his "indefinite" suspension) list of things that last a longer time than Grayson Allen’s suspension:
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