Desmond Bain of the Memphis Grizzlies was ejected for a clear foul on the Heat’s Kevin Love

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Memphis Grizzlies guard Desmond Bain was ejected from Wednesday night’s game at the Miami Heat after being issued a flagrant-2 foul in the third quarter.

Bain was driving around Kevin Love with 6:44 left in the period when he made contact with Love’s groin area and tried to go around him. After replays initiated by the Heat, Bain’s flagrant foul was upgraded to a flagrant-2, which results in an automatic ejection.

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This is Bain’s first career ejection in three seasons. He finished with 11 points on 4-for-11 shooting against the Heat.

The Grizzlies trailed 80–66 after Bain left the court. At the time, he and Jaren Jackson Jr. were the only Grizzlies players to score in double figures.

This article originally appeared on the Memphis Commercial Appeal: Desmond Bain of the Memphis Grizzlies ejected vs. the Heat for a flagrant foul