Bulls’ Kris Dunn in concussion protocol, out indefinitely

January 18, 2018
Chicago Bulls' Kris Dunn gets upside down after a dunk over Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry during the second half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018, in Chicago. The Warriors won 119-112. Dunn was injured on the play. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn is out indefinitely after being placed into the NBA’s concussion protocol following a fall during a game that ended up with him dislocating two front teeth.

The Bulls said Thursday that Dunn’s two teeth have been splinted with braces. He was re-evaluated for concussion symptom and will not travel with the team to Atlanta for Saturday’s game.

Dunn was injured Wednesday night during a home loss to Golden State. He made a fast-break dunk with 2:55 left, but landed awkwardly on the play and his face slammed into the floor.


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