Published: Fri, January 19, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Kris Dunn in concussion protocol, won't make trip to Atlanta

Kris Dunn in concussion protocol, won't make trip to Atlanta

The Bulls said Thursday that Dunn's two teeth have been splinted with braces.

However, just three games in, they are once again shorthanded as Kris Dunn has been placed on the NBA's concussion protocol following the hard fall he suffered on Wednesday during their game against the Golden State Warriors. Dunn smacked face-first into the court, his head snapping back violently as the Warriors quickly inbounded the ball.

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Dunn swings to an nearly horizontal angle and fails to protect his face as he crashes towards the ground.

He narrowly escaped the fall without any serious injuries but, in close-up photos the marks from here his teeth dug into the court are visible. He chipped several teeth and seemed dazed as he walked off the floor a few moments later and into the Bulls' locker room. "There was a good little chunk that he took out of the floor". As for being concussed, the coach said they would know more the following morning. 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. It turns out that he did upon further evaluation, so he'll sit out Saturday's game. It would also be incredible if Kris is okay and is cleared to play the Bulls' next game. The next time Chicago takes the court is on January 20, when they meet the Atlanta Hawks.

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