Dunn scored eight points (3-9 FG, 0-2 3PT, 2-2 FT) to go with three rebounds, three assists and one steal in 20 minutes during Wednesday's 122-98 loss to Toronto.
After missing ten games with a concussion, Dunn worked his way back into the lineup with eight points in 20 minutes. The guard shots 33.3 percent on nine shots, which is much lower than the 15.8 shots per game he averaged in the five games prior to injury. With the all-star break around the corner, Dunn will have a week to get back into the swing of things in time for their match-up with Philadelphia on February 22.
Dunn (concussion) will start and play limited minutes Wednesday against the Raptors, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports.
Dunn went through practice Tuesday and emerged with no setbacks, so the Bulls will allow him to play roughly 20 minutes Wednesday in their final game before the All-Star break, according to Friedell. The second-year point guard hasn't played since Jan. 17, but he said he's aiming to play in Friday's Rising Stars Challenge, assuming everything goes well Wednesday. Barring a setback, Dunn should be back in close to full capacity after the All-Star break. The Bulls resume play Feb. 22 against the 76ers.
Dunn (concussion) is listed as probable in the game notes for Wednesday's matchup against the Raptors.
Dunn reportedly went through practice Tuesday with the team and as long as everything feels fine following the increase in activity, it appears the Bulls are ready to give him the green light to play. That said, game notes can be a bit unreliable, so there's still a chance the organization opts to take a cautious approach and holds him out once again prior to the All-Star break. Fantasy owners should keep a close eye on the guard all the way up until tip-off to make sure he's in the lineup. Dunn's return would likely signal less of workload for Jerian Grant.
Dunn (concussion) will practice Tuesday and will likely be a game-time decision for Wednesday's game against the Raptors, Mike McGraw of the Chicago Daily Herald reports.
This is the first time Dunn has reportedly practiced with Chicago, as he has been spending time with the G-League affiliate over the past week or so. It's likely that the Bulls exercise caution with the young point guard with Wednesday being their last game before the All-Star break, but an official update on Dunn's status should come at some point after the team's shootaround in the morning.
Dunn (concussion) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Magic, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
While Dunn will be inactive Monday, he will be practicing with the G-League's Windy City Bulls, so the team is likely waiting for the point guard to get back into game shape after his lengthy absence with a concussion. However, with Chicago having just one more game Wednesday before they it heads into the All-Star break, it wouldn't be surprising to see Dunn held out for one more contest as a precautionary measure.
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