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Kris Dunn is a defensive minded (#2 in the NBA in steals last year with 2.0 steals per game) pass-first (7.0 APG, among top 10 in the league) point guard who has issues scoring but still ranked in the

He is doing fine. He getting back into game shape and the flow of the team after being like 2 months out. He isn’t even starting or cleared to play 30 minutes yet. This should have been the expectatio

It’s better for Dunn to have less volume of shots. With more quality offensive options around him his dimes can increase and the shots he does take can be of higher quality leading to better efficienc

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3 hours ago, LosingEffort said:

 

almost?
are you sure?
one month of non contact work, than one month of 3on3 work, than one month of 5on5 work and maybe he's back by february, with minutes restriction

 

Average time missed in the NBA for MCL sprains among all incidences within the last 5 years or so is about 43 days.  Meaning they are on the court and playing in games at that time. 

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/nba/comments/871e5k/grade_ii_mcl_sprain_data_how_long_nba_players/

 

That would take Dunn to around December 5th or so.  February is pretty much doubling that timetable so it would literally be the worst MCL sprain in NBA history. Stop fear mongering for no reason. 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, LosingEffort said:

 

almost?
are you sure?
one month of non contact work, than one month of 3on3 work, than one month of 5on5 work and maybe he's back by february, with minutes restriction

stop confusing yourself dude

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7 hours ago, LosingEffort said:

 

almost?
are you sure?
one month of non contact work, than one month of 3on3 work, than one month of 5on5 work and maybe he's back by february, with minutes restriction

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6 hours ago, Purple Hippo said:

 

Average time missed in the NBA for MCL sprains among all incidences within the last 5 years or so is about 43 days.  Meaning they are on the court and playing in games at that time. 

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/nba/comments/871e5k/grade_ii_mcl_sprain_data_how_long_nba_players/

 

That would take Dunn to around December 5th or so.  February is pretty much doubling that timetable so it would literally be the worst MCL sprain in NBA history. Stop fear mongering for no reason. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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No way... there's noooo waaaay he's on court by December 5th... it's just not humanly possible  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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2 minutes ago, Purple Hippo said:

 

Kris Dunn is a defensive minded (#2 in the NBA in steals last year with 2.0 steals per game) pass-first (7.0 APG, among top 10 in the league) point guard who has issues scoring but still ranked in the top 80 last season on the strength of his steals and assists.

 

Colin Sexton is a scoring first point guard who is struggling to crack the top 175 because he has very little assists (2.4) or steals (0.4) to speak of.

 

You basically couldn't have picked two more polar opposite players to compare. Maybe posting on fantasy basketball forums isn't for you. 

 

The idiocy rampant on these boards is a hilarity ain't it. Not gonna lie and say it doesn't irk me sometimes though

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November 26, 2018
Dunn (knee) will go through a non-contact practice Tuesday, Mike McGraw of the Daily Herald reports.
ANALYSIS
Dunn continues to work back from a sprained MCL, and a return to practice, even in limited capacity, represents a significant step in his recovery. Still, the Bulls haven't released many details, so it's unclear when Dunn can be expected back on the court in a game setting. Nearly five weeks have past since the injury, and he was initially handed a 4-to-6-week timetable.
 
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19 minutes ago, triple_threat said:
November 26, 2018
Dunn (knee) will go through a non-contact practice Tuesday, Mike McGraw of the Daily Herald reports.
ANALYSIS
Dunn continues to work back from a sprained MCL, and a return to practice, even in limited capacity, represents a significant step in his recovery. Still, the Bulls haven't released many details, so it's unclear when Dunn can be expected back on the court in a game setting. Nearly five weeks have past since the injury, and he was initially handed a 4-to-6-week timetable.
 
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Bless you for this update 

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18 minutes ago, brosephd said:

been stashing for a long time, hopefully he can out play the guy i'm would drop for him in dinwiddie. 

I dropped Dunn for Dinwiddie after LeVert`s injury and will not switch them again, but i need 3s, so maybe if you are looking for steals, Dunn is your guy. The assist number between the two of them may be closer than most expect.

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On 11/22/2018 at 9:39 PM, pyro7 said:

not worth the wait. basically the same value as sexton.

Tell me you're joking! Unless a player is avg. 20+ ppg, I avoid players with a empty shell for stocks. Sexton has a total of 8 stls for the season. Dunn will get that in a week. It's in his DNA. Not to mention 5-8 dimes a game.  Will say though Sexton dimes is picking up, but there is no comparison between the two.

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