Bull's Dunn Goes Face-First Into Floor After Dunk

Bull's Dunn Goes Face-First Into Floor After Dunk

Bull's Dunn Goes Face-First Into Floor After Dunk

Point guard Chris Dunn made a dunk and dislocated his teeth on the floor during the Chicago Bulls' loss to the Golden State Warriors. He was also re-evaluated for concussion symptoms, and the results weren't good, so he's been placed in the NBA Concussion Protocol. Dunn fell face-first and was bleeding from his lip after the fall.

Dunn is averaging 13.7 points, 6.4 assists and 4.6 rebounds in his second National Basketball Association season and first with Chicago. The obvious choice is Jerian Grant, considering he held down the starting position before Dunn emerged as the better choice.

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

Dunn was projected for 29.3 minutes and 30.9 FanDuel points before being ruled out. Speaking about the damage to the floor, teammate Zach LaVine took a lighthearted view of the incident, saying: "He's got some strong teeth".

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Added coach Fred Hoiberg: "When you see the nasty, nasty fall and the chip out of the floor, the fact he didn't lose his teeth completely is unbelievable". "I've started a lot of games in my career". It would also be incredible if Kris is okay and is cleared to play the Bulls' next game.

On Wednesday night, Dunn and the Bulls squared off against the Warriors, and Dunn actually played pretty well during the game.

According to the Daily Mail, Dunn managed to avoid serious injury, but he left quite the mark behind.

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