Kris Dunn Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/18/1994 (28)
Kris Dunn Last 10 Games
Kris Dunn News
Portland Trail Blazers point guard Kris Dunn (ankle) has been deemed unavailable for Friday's game against Dallas due to a sprained right ankle. Dunn has been an integral member of the Blazers' rotation since joining the team March 14, with his absence paving the way for Brandon Williams to see all of the minutes at the point that he can handle. While Dunn has been an appealing DFS option due to his ceiling, he has scuffled mightily from three-point range in his 14 games (three starts), knocking down just 9.1% of his triples. His final chance to take the floor this year will come Sunday vs. the Jazz.
Just 24 hours after Portland Trail Blazers point guard Kris Dunn drew his first start of the 2021-22 season in a loss to San Antonio, the team announced that he would be sticking around on his second 10-day contract, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Dunn has averaged 7.3 points, 5.2 assists, three rebounds, and two steals per game across six contests, emerging while injuries have decimated Portland's backcourt. While scoring concerns exist for fantasy managers monitoring Dunn in season-long formats, he contributes sufficiently across other categories, upping his overall appeal. He will enjoy three games in the next four days against the favorable defenses of Houston and Oklahoma City.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Kris Dunn will move into the starting five for Wednesday's game against the San Antonio Spurs. Brandon Williams has been starting, but will head to the second unit for this contest. Dunn has looked good during his time with Portland, so they'll give him a promotion to the starting lineup. He should play 30 minutes or so with the starting unit, which is likely to give him plenty of streaming value for Wednesday's slate.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Kris Dunn (ankle) has been given the green light to play in Monday's contest versus Detroit, thereby making both his season and team debut. Dunn has been sidelined for the team's first 61 games after having undergone surgery on his right ankle, with his return coming at a fortuitous time with Trae Young down due to ankle issues of his own. Head coach Nate McMillan will understandably ease Dunn back into action, so don't expect the fifth-year man to log sizable minutes just yet, but he'll be a name to watch in the coming weeks and heading into the postseason.