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Kris Dunn is a defensive minded (#2 in the NBA in steals last year with 2.0 steals per game) pass-first (7.0 APG, among top 10 in the league) point guard who has issues scoring but still ranked in the

He is doing fine. He getting back into game shape and the flow of the team after being like 2 months out. He isn’t even starting or cleared to play 30 minutes yet. This should have been the expectatio

It’s better for Dunn to have less volume of shots. With more quality offensive options around him his dimes can increase and the shots he does take can be of higher quality leading to better efficienc

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2 hours ago, ghostofathousand_ said:

Guys any reason the updates aren’t posted on Rotoworld yet?

Portis and Dunn going through full contact (via @CmBrallier03)

 

New coach Jim Boylen says Kris Dunn and Bobby Portis are scrimmaging with the Windy City Bulls today and are participating in full contact practice. Looks like the roster will be back to full strength fairly soon #BullsNation

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Kris Dunn & Bobby Portis scrimmaging with Windy City Bulls today. Boylen said there is no set timeline, but will re-evaluate after full contact practice. #Bulls

 

 

https://pippenainteasy.com/2018/12/04/chicago-bulls-portis-dunn-going-full-contact/

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57 minutes ago, brosephd said:

is it possible to think he can return friday when they can practice fully together and play at home. probably on a minutes restriction?

Last week Markkanan returned to full contract on Tuesday, and played Saturday. So if not Friday, then probably the next game after 

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Dunn (knee) is participating in a full contact scrimmaging with the Windy City Bulls of the G League, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.

As expected, Dunn has finally been cleared to take part in full contact after going through a week of non-contact work. The Bulls are currently on the road to take on the Pacers on Tuesday, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Dunn rejoin the team for practice once they return. Look for some clarity on Dunn's timetable for a return to come sometime this week.

 

 

https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/basketball/news/bulls-kris-dunn-scrimmaging-with-full-contact/

 

could be this week :-)

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34 minutes ago, Trade Monster said:

Well, I would think Parker will starve imo.

 

It’s better for Dunn to have less volume of shots. With more quality offensive options around him his dimes can increase and the shots he does take can be of higher quality leading to better efficiency (or at least less harmful a negative with less shots). He can also focus more on the defensive end potentially leading to more stocks. His value does not come points scored it’s from dimes and defense.

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2 hours ago, Purple Hippo said:

 

It’s better for Dunn to have less volume of shots. With more quality offensive options around him his dimes can increase and the shots he does take can be of higher quality leading to better efficiency (or at least less harmful a negative with less shots). He can also focus more on the defensive end potentially leading to more stocks. His value does not come points scored it’s from dimes and defense.

My only concern is that LaVine will want the ball as much as possible and it is interesting to see how the new coach will handle Dunn`s team play vs FG killers` hero ball hog style of play. If Bulls had more very good spot up shooters, Dunn can avg more than 8 ats per game, if healthy. I hope his game style will be perfect compliment for Lauri, WCJ and Holliday (when he is hot).

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2 hours ago, Purple Hippo said:

 

It’s better for Dunn to have less volume of shots. With more quality offensive options around him his dimes can increase and the shots he does take can be of higher quality leading to better efficiency (or at least less harmful a negative with less shots). He can also focus more on the defensive end potentially leading to more stocks. His value does not come points scored it’s from dimes and defense.

I would have to agree with this

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Kris Dunn (knee) said he went through a full practice.

He does not have a target date, but this is obviously a big step for Dunn after getting hurt in the opener. Dunn is getting close to the back end of his 4-6 week timetable, so perhaps he is back soon. Plus, the Bulls pulled a fast one on all of us when they shockingly called Lauri Markkanen probable out of the blue on Saturday. If Dunn is floating around on the wire, it's time to pick him up, and drop Ryan Arcidiacono.
 
 
...Well maybe just like Lauri, he will become probable by the weekend.. 😉🤞
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