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Chicago Bulls point guard Kris Dunn suffered an open dislocation of his left index finger during Friday’s exhibition game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg told reporters postgame that Dunn will see a hand specialist and is expected to miss a couple of weeks.
This is the play Kris Dunn hurt his left hand/fingers on https://t.co/YkOz8muXaB
— Cody Westerlund (@CodyWesterlund) October 7, 2017
As K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reported, Dunn will miss the Bulls’ regular-season opener, forcing Hoiberg to start Jerian Grant instead.
This means Dunn will miss regular-season opener. Grant almost certain to be starting PG in Toronto.
— K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) October 7, 2017
Dunn was acquired by the Bulls from the Minnesota Timberwolves in the draft night trade involving Jimmy Butler. He was slated to be Chicago’s starting point guard during the rebuild process.