Kris Dunn Stats
- Height / Weight
- 75 / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/18/1994 (27)
Kris Dunn Last 10 Games
Kris Dunn News
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.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kris Dunn (knee, ankle) is out on Thursday evening against the Toronto Raptors. The veteran hasn't played yet this season while continuing to work his way back from multiple injuries. While there is a chance that Dunn could return before the end of the month, fantasy managers that still have him on their rosters shouldn't be surprised by a longer absence. Rajon Rondo should continue to benefit the most in the interim, although he should be left on waivers.
Atlanta Hawks point guards Rajon Rondo (personal) and Kris Dunn (knee) have been listed as out for Wednesday's contest against Chicago, leaving Trae Young to likely receive a lion's share of the minutes at the point guard spot. The defensive-minded duo of Rondo and Dunn were added in the off-season as both PG depth and an attempt to provide Young some respite after significant ball-handling duties last year. To kick off the year, Young appears in line to reprise his previous role with Brandon Goodwin likely to serve as his backup. Both Rondo and Dunn are tenuous season-long roster assets to kick off the year, with their next chance to return to the floor coming Saturday versus the Grizzlies.
Free agent point guard Kris Dunn is reportedly signing a two-year, $10 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks. Considering Atlanta also signed point guard Rajon Rondo, Atlanta probably sees Dunn as an off-ball option at the two. But with plenty of weapons on the floor for the Hawks, Dunn's unlikely to see the minutes or volume needed to make much of dent in the fantasy landscape this year, though his impressive steal numbers -- 2.0 per game last season -- can't be totally ignored.