Dunn (ankle) is listed as out for Wednesday's game against the Celtics, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
Dunn has been cleared to resume his rehab after undergoing a platelet-rich plasma injection last week to address discomfort in his surgically repaired right ankle, but the Hawks haven't indicated exactly where he stands in the recovery process. Unless the team provides word by the end of the week that Dunn has resumed practicing fully, he likely won't play at any point during the team's four-game road trip -- which begins Friday in Oklahoma City -- to close out the season's first half.
Dunn (ankle) underwent a platelet-rich plasma injection to address discomfort in his right knee, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. After a two-day rest period, Dunn will resume his rehab from right ankle surgery.
In the midst of recovering from ankle surgery, Dunn seems to have suffered a knee injury. However, it's apparently not serious, and he'll be able to resume his rehab before the end of the week. Although he's been getting ruled out on a game-to-game basis, he'll certainly miss Wednesday's and Friday's games against the Celtics.
Dunn (ankle) won't play Monday against the Knicks, Brad Rowland of PeachtreeHoops.com reports.
Dunn will be unable to play once again after he underwent ankle surgery at the end of December. It's not yet clear when he could return.
Dunn (ankle) won't play Saturday against Indiana.
Dunn will miss another game after undergoing ankle surgery at the end of December. A timetable for his return hasn't yet been established.
Dunn (ankle) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Spurs.
Dunn has been sidelined since undergoing ankle surgery at the end of December, and he'll remain out for Friday's game against San Antonio. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return.
Dunn (ankle) has been "participating in impact-based rehabilitation activities" and will be reviewed in two weeks, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Dunn's rehab has including skipping, jumping and spot shooting on the court, so tangible progress is being made. It's not a guarantee that Dunn will come back in two weeks, but a return in the not-too-distant future seems possible, if not likely. Once he's healthy enough to play, Dunn should take on a role in the backcourt as a defensive specialist, though there won't be many minutes available behind Trae Young and Kevin Huerter.
Dunn had his walking boot removed from his surgically repaired right ankle Thursday, Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports.
The 26-year-old had been confined to the boot for approximately two weeks after having the arthroscopic ankle procedure Dec. 30. Now that the boot is off, Dunn will be cleared for weight-bearing rehabilitation and modified form shooting, but his return to full-court, full-contact work in practice is still likely multiple weeks away.
Dunn (ankle) underwent surgery Tuesday and will be placed in a walking boot. After a two-week period of rest, he will be reviewed.
Dunn will be reviewed in two weeks, but that's only to determine what sort of workouts he can start, so he still essentially remains out indefinitely. More information should become available in mid-January.
The Hawks announced Sunday that Dunn will undergo arthroscopic surgery Dec. 30 to remove loose cartilage in his right ankle. He's considered out indefinitely.
The loose cartilage in Dunn's ankle had caused ongoing discomfort in his knees and lower back, inhibiting his overall range of motion. As a result, the Hawks determined that surgery was in Dunn's best interest, likely leaving the veteran guard out several weeks, if not two months or longer. Dunn won't be a lock to earn a spot in a deep Hawks rotation once he's made a full recovery from surgery.
Dunn (knee) will be re-evaluated on Dec. 28, meaning he'll miss the first two games of the regular season, Brad Rowland of Locked on Hawks reports.
Dunn has been dealing with a cartilage disruption in his right knee and has been limited in practice, not taking contact. While he's sidelined, that will likely mean more minutes for Rajon Rondo and possibly Brandon Goodwin.
Dunn (knee) is out for Friday's preseason opener against the Magic, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Dunn is nursing a right knee injury and hasn't yet taken contact in practice, so it will be a while before he's ready to play in a game.
Dunn (knee) still isn't taking contact in practice, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The team announced Monday that Dunn was limited to modified individual workouts, and that continues to be the case into Saturday. He's presumably working through the residual effects of the sprained MCL he suffered in late January. It's not clear if he'll be ready for the preseason, and he should be considered questionable for the Hawks' exhibition opener Friday against the Magic.
The Hawks announced Monday that Dunn is limited to modified individual workouts after he was diagnosed with a right knee injury, the Associated Press reports.
Dunn is still presumably dealing with the residual effects of the MCL sprain he sustained to his right knee back on Jan. 31, in what was ultimately his final appearance with the Bulls. The Hawks were presumably cognizant of Dunn's medical situation when they signed him to a two-year, $10 million contract in November, so at this stage, the knee issue isn't believed to be anything that will result in an extended absence to begin the regular season. Even if healthy, Dunn isn't necessarily a lock to crack head coach Lloyd Pierce's rotation with all of Trae Young, Kevin Huerter, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Rajon Rondo, Cam Reddish, De'Andre Hunter and Tony Snell in the mix for playing time at point guard or on the wing.
Dunn and the Hawks agreed to terms Saturday on a two-year, $10 million deal, Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
Dunn became an intriguing free agent on the market after the Bulls did not extend him a qualifying offer. Primarily a defensive contributor, he will now presumably provide depth in the Hawks' backcourt. The 26-year-old has struggled with injuries throughout his young career and is coming off a campaign with the Bulls in which he averaged 7.3 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.0 steals and 0.6 triples across 24.9 minutes.
The Bulls are not expected to issue a qualifying offer to Dunn, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Dunn was among the best defensive guards in the league last season, but with a new regime in place, it's apparently been determined that the 2016 top-five pick is not in the franchise's future plans. Dunn has some notable shortcomings on the offensive end -- he's missed significant time in each of the last three seasons -- but he's nonetheless expected to generate interest on the free-agent market. Per Johnson, the Clippers are among the teams that could show interest.
Dunn (knee) will miss the remainder of the season, Joe Cowley of the Sun-Times reports.
This was widely speculated to be the case, but coach Jim Boylen finally confirmed it after Tuesday's practice. Dunn is dealing with a sprained MCL in his right knee and is due to be re-evaluated around the end of the month.
Dunn (knee) is set to have his sprained right MCL re-examined in 4-to-6 weeks.
Dunn missed the final five games before the break, and he'll continue to rehab throughout the next several weeks with the goal of getting back on the floor sometime before the end of the season. Given the Bulls' standing in the East, there's no reason to push Dunn to return, so it wouldn't be a surprise if we've seen the last of him for 2019-20.
Dunn (knee) is scheduled to be reexamined this week, but there's growing belief within the organization that he'll miss the remainder of the season, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Dunn was ruled out indefinitely Feb. 4 after an MRI confirmed he was dealing with a sprained MCL in his right knee. The Bulls haven't issued another formal update on Dunn since that time, though coach Jim Boylen told Jamal Collier of the Chicago Tribune last week that the 2016 lottery pick won't return to basketball activities until the inflammation in his knee subsides. Dunn suffered a similar injury last season and missed 23 games, so he appears to be firmly in the week-to-week camp at this stage; he's only been sidelined for four contests thus far.
Dunn (knee) underwent an MRI and exam Saturday that confirmed the initial diagnosis of a sprained MCL he received when he exited Friday's 133-118 loss to the Nets. The Bulls will re-evaluate Dunn after a two-week phase of immobilization and physical therapy before providing an updated timeline for his return.
As anticipated, Dunn's right knee injury is of the week-to-week variety rather than a day-to-day concern. He'll remain out through at least the All-Star break, and quite likely, additional weeks to follow. As K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago notes, Dunn sustained a similar injury a season ago and missed 23 games, so he could face a similarly lengthy recovery time once again. Chandler Hutchison looks like he'll be one of the biggest beneficiaries while Dunn is sidelined, as he entered the starting five in Sunday's loss to the Raptors and finished with 17 points, five rebounds, one assist and one steal in 28 minutes.
Dunn (knee) underwent a preliminary exam Sunday, which revealed a sprained MCL, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports. The Bulls have yet to determine a timeline for Dunn's return.
Dunn was ruled out in advance of the Bulls' final game of the road trip Sunday in Toronto after sustaining the injury in the opening minute of Friday's 133-118 loss to the Nets and not returning. The Bulls are expected to pinpoint a clearer timeline for Dunn's return once he visits a doctor, likely early this week. Chandler Hutchison is expected to see the biggest boost in playing time while Dunn is out for at least Sunday's game, and likely additional contests to follow.
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