Bulls' Dunn to play vs. Raptors after 11-game absence

Victoria Nguyen
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Kris Dunn's time on the sidelines is Kris Done.

The Chicago Bulls point guard will play Wednesday against the Toronto Raptors after missing the previous 11 games while recovering from a concussion.

"Once he gets out there, I'm sure that first little stint will be difficult, but he should get his second wind," coach Fred Hoiberg said of his starting point-man pregame.

Dunn, 23, suffered the injury a month ago when he fell face first after converting on a fast-break dunk versus the Golden State Warriors, losing some teeth in the process.

The sophomore floor general went through practice Tuesday and was listed as probable entering the matchup. He's expected to travel to L.A. for the Rising Stars Challenge at All-Star weekend, according to The Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson.

He's averaging career highs across the board with 13.7 points, 6.4 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.1 steals per game in his first season in the Windy City.