Kris Dunn Has Scary Fall on Face After Dunk


The Bulls provided an update on Kris Dunn Thursday afternoon.

Dunn laid on his back momentarily as first-aid crew rushed to his side.

"Once the doctors deem he's ready to go, there's a chance he could join us, " Hoiberg said. Grant has been steady as a backup, averaging 7.6 points and 4.6 assists. The Bulls couldn't complete the comeback bid, as Golden State closed out a 119-112 victory for their franchise-record-tying 14th consecutive win on the road.

During a game against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, Dunn launched into a speedy breakaway and went for a routine dunk, only to lose his grip on the rim and come crashing back down to earth. The video of the flaceplant is rough to watch (WARNING - it's a tad graphic), especially knowing the damage it caused: Kris chipped and dislocated two front teeth, according to ESPN, and he was evaluated for a concussion.

Not all the news was bad on Friday, however. "He was also evaluated for potential concussion and at this time is clear f concussion symptoms".

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Dunn didn't travel as the Bulls flew to Atlanta to begin a three-game trip Saturday.

In regards to who will fill the void created by Dunn's absence, the Bulls have a few different options to consider. The Bulls will definitely miss Dunn's presence on the court. He has shot 43.3 percent from the field overall, knocking down 32.4 percent from 3-point range.

And the Chicago Bulls point guard didn't suffer a concussion.

Hustle head coach Glynn Cyprien, as well as assistant coach Darnell Lazare, took to Twitter to express their irritation after the situation occurred.