Dunn returns to the line-up for Bulls tonight

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Kris Dunn #32 of the Chicago Bulls lays on the floor after suffering a mouth injury following a dunk against the Golden State Warriors at the United Center on January 17, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. The Warriors defeated the Bulls 119-112. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

CHICAGO — Bulls Point Guard Kris Dunn will play for the first time since his nasty fall against Golden St. almost a month ago.  Dunn sustained a concussion and damage to his front teeth when he landed face first on the court after losing his balance on a slam dunk.

Bulls Head Coach Fred Hoiberg said Dunn will start and play about 20 minutes tonight as the Bulls host the Raptors in their last game pre All-Star Break.  Dunn says his conditioning still needs a lot of work, he graded it a C-Minus.

The Bulls went 3-8 in the 11 games that Dunn missed.

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