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Kris Dunn | Guard | #32

Team: Chicago Bulls
Age / DOB:  (23) / 3/18/1994
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 208
College: Providence
Drafted: 2016 / Rd. 1 (5) / MIN
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Kris Dunn posted 10 points, five rebounds, two assists, two steals and three blocked shots over 29 minutes in Saturday's loss at Minnesota against his former team.
It was his first time back in the Twin Cities since the offseason trade involving he, Jimmy Butler, Zach LaVine, etc. After the game, head coach Fred Hoiberg said his goal is to make this a top-5 team in terms of pace over the final 20-plus games, so you can expect the younger players like Dunn, LaVine, etc. to be doing a lot more running and perhaps they'll see a bump in production as a result. Feb 24 - 11:44 PM

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Kris Dunn made 2-of-11 from the field for five points with four rebounds, five assists and two steals in 28 minutes against the 76ers on Thursday.

He had some defensive issues against Ben Simmons and he did make just 2-of-10 from two-point range. Dunn is not going to be on a minutes limit going forward and chances are Cameron Payne won't eat into his playing time too much. Dunn should still be viewed as a must-start player in standard leagues.
Feb 22 - 10:42 PM

Bulls executive VP John Paxson said that Kris Dunn (concussion) would no longer be on a minutes limit.

Dunn missed nearly a month of action after suffering a concussion back on January 17th, but returned for the Bulls final game before the break. He was limited to 20 minutes in that contest but has avoided any setbacks. Paxson did say that although the Bulls won't place Dunn on a minutes restriction, they will "be smart" in his first few games back.
Feb 20 - 5:55 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) was back in action on Wednesday, posting eight points, three rebounds, three assists and one steal in a loss the Raptors.

Dunn played exactly 20 minutes, which was his limit, making 3-of-9 field goals and 2-of-2 free throws. There should be some rust after the All-Star break, but it won't take long for Dunn to regain must-start status. For what it's worth, Dunn said he felt "pretty good" after tonight's game and is hopeful that he won't have a minute-limit going forward.
Feb 14 - 11:57 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) will play Wednesday vs. the Raptors.

Dunn hasn't played since initially suffering a concussion back on January 17th, but cleared concussion protocol last week and will return to game action Wednesday night. Coach Fred Hoiberg said that Dunn will start and play around 20 minutes. Dunn told reporters that he will play in the Rising Stars Game on Friday if he "feels good" after Wednesday night. Jerian Grant can be sent back to the waiver wire now that Dunn has returned.
Feb 14 - 12:51 PM

Kris Dunn will be a game-time decision vs. the Raptors on Wednesday.

Dunn has cleared the concussion protocol and is working to regain his conditioning. If the Bulls do let him get his feet wet before the All-Star break, coach Fred Hoiberg confirmed he'll be on a minute-limit. If you're considering Dunn or Jerian Grant, check for updates Wednesday evening.
Feb 13 - 5:21 PM

Coach Fred Hoiberg said that Kris Dunn (concussion) will practice Tuesday but his status for Wednesday's game vs. Toronto is uncertain.

Dunn hasn't played since initially suffering a concussion back on January 17th. However, he's cleared the concussion protocol and is now simply working on getting into game shape. Hoiberg said that if Dunn did play Wednesday, he would be on a minutes limit. The good news is that Dunn should be ready to rock once the Bulls return from the All-Star break next week. Go grab him now if he's still floating around your league's waiver wire.
Feb 13 - 1:12 PM

Kris Dunn will not play on Monday vs. the Magic.

He cleared the concussion protocol a few days ago, but he hasn't played since Jan. 17. The Bulls probably want him to get his conditioning up before clearing him for game action, and he's scheduled to practice in the G-League on Monday afternoon. Jerian Grant's window for fantasy value is closing.
Feb 12 - 12:54 PM

Kris Dunn is finally out of the concussion protocol, but will not play on Friday and Saturday.

The Bulls will have just two other games left before the All-Star break (Monday and Wednesday), but there's a decent chance he'll be back for those. Once it happens, Jerian Grant is going to go bye-bye.
Feb 8 - 1:25 PM

Bulls' head coach Fred Hoiberg said that Kris Dunn (concussion) is "still a ways away" from getting back to the court.

Dunn was able to participate in a G-League practice on Tuesday, but he didn't go through any contact work and he remains without an official timetable under the concussion protocol system. He is making small steps in the right direction, but it sounds like he might not be back until after the All-Star break.
Feb 7 - 1:23 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) will get in a practice with the Bulls' G-League affiliate on Tuesday.

Dunn has spent the past eight games on the sidelines, but him getting in a practice with the G-League squad suggests that he's close. The Bulls have a Saturday-Sunday back-to-back set coming up, so maybe he'll be able to get back out there for one of those games. Owners can expect to get another update prior to Saturday's tip.
Feb 6 - 3:46 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) will not travel for the next two games.

The good news is Dunn is finally "doing better," according to coach Fred Hoiberg. Dunn has missed the last six games and now he'll be missing at least eight, and it sounds like he may still have some symptoms. After the upcoming game on Monday, the Bulls are off until Friday, so that may serve as a fair target date. Denzel Valentine has stepped up the most and is worth a look in the short term.
Feb 2 - 3:58 PM

Updating a previous report, Kris Dunn (concussion) will not be traveling with the Bulls to Portland for Wednesday's game.

It's unclear if Dunn will be able to rejoin that team at any point during their upcoming three-game road trip, but with Chicago sitting on an 18-32 record and their eyes towards the 2018 draft, there's no incentive to rush along Dunn in the recovery process. The Bulls have provided vague updates, saying he's improving, and then following that up with saying he could still miss "extended time." It's a murky situation, but Jerian Grant will continue to start in Dunn's absence with Denzel Valentine seeing extended run with the second unit.
Jan 30 - 3:08 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) will travel with the Bulls on their 3-game road trip.

Coach Fred Hoiberg said Kris Dunn "has started to turn the corner," but he remains without a timetable to return and could still miss "extended time" according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. The Bulls only play twice this week and we probably won't see him play in either of those. Jerian Grant and Denzel Valentine will continue to benefit in his absence.
Jan 29 - 1:19 PM

Kris Dunn (concussion) remains without a timetable.

He's still in the concussion protocol, so he obviously won't be taking the court for Sunday's game against the Bucks, but we learned on Saturday that he might travel with the Bulls on their 3-game road trip. The Bulls only have two games next week, so his fantasy owners in weekly leagues should plan on benching him. Jerian Grant has been a hit-or-miss fantasy option in his place and Denzel Valentine has seen a bump in value as well.
Jan 28 - 1:50 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Kris Dunn
2Jerian Grant
3Cameron Payne
4Ryan Arcidiacono
SG1Zach LaVine
2Justin Holiday
3Antonio Blakeney
SF1Paul Zipser
2Denzel Valentine
3David Nwaba
PF1Lauri Markkanen
2Bobby Portis
3Noah Vonleh
C1Robin Lopez
2Cristiano Felicio
3Willie Reed
4Omer Asik