Jim Boylen confirmed on Tuesday that Kris Dunn (right knee) will not play again this season.
This was expected when the Bulls announced a timetable that would take him right up to the end of the season, but now we have official confirmation that he will not return to the floor this year. He did have a nice year defensively and had some value as a steals specialist, but his lack of creativity on offense and inability to consistently hit a 3-point shot remain some glaring weaknesses on his resume. It'll be interesting to see if the Bulls extend a $7 million qualifying offer to him this summer in order to make him a restricted free agent. Mar 03 4:50 pm (EST)
- Dunn (knee) is set to have his sprained right MCL re-examined in 4-to-6 weeks.
- Dunn (knee) is scheduled to be reexamined this week, but there's growing belief within the organization that he'll miss the remainder of the season, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
- Dunn (knee) underwent an MRI and exam Saturday that confirmed the initial diagnosis of a sprained MCL he received when he exited Friday's 133-118 loss to the Nets. The Bulls will re-evaluate Dunn after a two-week phase of immobilization and physical therapy before providing an updated timeline for his return. All Kris Dunn News
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