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Memphis Grizzlies | #32 | Guard

Kris

Dunn

PPG

1.3

RPG

1.5

APG

0.5

PIE

-6.0

6'3" | 205lb | 27 years

Player Bio

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2018-2019 (CHICAGO): Played in 46 games (44 starts) and averaged 11.3 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 6.0 apg and 1.48 spg in 30.2 mpg … shot .425 from the field, .354 from three and .797 from the free-throw line … tallied a season-high 26 points while tying a season high with 3 threes vs. WAS (3/20) … scored 18 points with 9 assists and 7 rebounds vs. LAL (3/12) … hit multiple 3-pointers in back-to-back games for the first time in his career at ATL (3/1) and vs. ATL (3/3) … knocked down a season-high 3 3-pointers at ATL (3/1) … dished out 10 assists and set a season high with 4 steals vs. LAC (1/25) … tied a season high in FTA (6) and blocks (2) and set a season high with 5 FTM on 1/23 vs. ATL … dished career-high 17 assists with only 2 turnovers in OT game vs. IND (1/4), along with setting season highs in minutes (40); the 17 assists were T-5th most in a single game in 2018-19 season … blocked season-high 2 shots at TOR (12/30) … notched 24 points on 11-21 shooting with 6 assists vs. BKN (12/19) … led the Bulls with 24 points on 11-19 shooting with 7 rebounds and 2 steals at SAS (12/15) … made his season debut on 10/22 at DAL, put up 9 points and 7 assists … sprained his right MCL on 10/22 in Dallas and was inactive for 23 games … inactive for one game with a bruised tailbone and one game with a migraine … DND two games and inactive five games with a mid back strain … missed the season’s first two games for personal reasons.

CAREER: Has appeared in 176 regular season games (94 starts) during his three-year NBA career and has averaged 8.6 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 4.4 apg and 1.42 spg in 24.1 mpg … holds career shooting averages of .417 from the field, .323 from distance and .723 from the line.

2017-18 (CHICAGO): Played in 52 games (43 starts) and averaged 13.4 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 6.0 apg, 2.00 spg and 0.52 bpg in 29.3 mpg … shot .429 from the field, .321 from three and .737 from the free-throw line … made career-high 8 FTs out of career-high 10 FTA vs. MEM (3/7) … tied a career-high 5 steals at NYK (1/10) … scored career-high 32 points and had 9 assists at DAL (1/5) … recorded fourth double-double of season (19 pts/11 ast) at WAS (12/31) … joined Michael Jordan as the only two players for the Bulls to have a game with at least 20 points, 12 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks at MIL (12/26) … set a season high with 14 assists at CLE (12/21) … totaled double digit points in a career-best 10-straight games from 12/4-21 … dished out 12 assists on 12/8 at CHA while also recording 20 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals, becoming the first player since Derrick Rose in 2011-12 to post at least 20 points, 10 assists and 5 rebounds in a game … led the team in scoring for the first time vs. CLE (12/4) with 15 points and also had a team-high 5 assists … recorded career-best (with at least 10 FGA) .818 shooting percentage (9-of-11) at DEN (11/30) … recorded a career-best 24 points and 8 assists vs. PHX (11/28) … tallied 22 points and 7 assists vs. CHA (11/17) … posted 8 points, 3 assists and 3 steals in season debut vs. OKC (10/28) … had 13 games with at least 15 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists … missed 14 games with a right big toe sprain (3/17-4/1), one game to left patella tendinitis (12/29) and 11 games with a concussion (1/20-2/12) … suffered left finger dislocation in preseason game vs. MIL (10/6) and missed the first four games of the regular season …. spent 29 games on the Inactive List and recorded one DND due to injury.

2016-17 (MINNESOTA): Played in 78 games (7 starts) and averaged 3.8 ppg, 2.1 rpg and 2.4 apg in 17.1 mpg ... shot .377 from the field, .288 from three and .610 from the free-throw line ... ranked 6th among rookies in assists, 2nd in steals (1.00 spg) and 4th in blocks (0.46 bpg) ... tallied season-high 16 assists with 10 points at HOU (4/12) … swiped 29 steals over the final 20 games ... became the 10th player in Timberwolves history (first since Andrei Kirilenko in 2012) to collect 4+ steals and 3+ blocks in a game at IND (3/28) … scored season-high 17 points in season-high 35 minutes at POR (3/25) … started on 1/22 vs. DEN and totaled 10 points, a season-high 8 rebounds and 9 assists … swatted season-high 3 blocks vs. POR (1/1) ... tallied 15 points vs. SAS (12/6) … became the eighth Timberwolves rookie to swipe 5+ steals on 11/1 vs. MEM ... dressed but did not play in four games (2/3-8) due to a sore right hand

BEFORE NBA

Played 95 games (83 starts) over four seasons at Providence College and averaged 12.8 ppg, 5.1 rpg and 5.8 apg in 31.5 mpg … joined Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing as the only BIG EAST players to earn both Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year twice … just the sixth player in the 38-year history of the BIG EAST to earn Player of the Year twice … the only guard in league history to earn Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year in the same season … first Friar to register 1,000 points, 500 assists, 400 boards and 200 steals. 2015-16: As a junior, was named an All-America Second Team honoree by AP, NABC, Sports Illustrated, USBWA and Sporting News, and Third Team by ESPN.com and USA Today … candidate for the Oscar Robertson, Wooden and Naismith Player of the Year awards, as well as the Bob Cousy Award and the NABC Defensive Player of the Year. 2014-15: As a redshirt sophomore, led the league in assists (7.5 apg – 3rd nationally) and steals (2.73 spg – 5th), the first time a BIG EAST player had done so. 2013-14: Missed the first three games of the season with an injured shoulder ... scored 10 points, added 5 assists, and grabbed 4 rebounds vs. Vanderbilt (11/22) ... had season ending surgery in December. 2012-13: Missed the first nine games of the season with an injured shoulder ... tied the team’s freshman record for assists in a game (13) and set the team’s freshman record for assists in a debut and added 7 points and 6 rebounds vs. Colgate (12/18) ... earned the team’s promising prospect award (4/14) ... participated in the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship training camp

PERSONAL LIFE

Full name is Kristofer Michael Dunn … son of John and Audra Seldon … has two brothers, John Dunn and Rashad Pauley, and two sisters, Ashley and Ariana Seldon … favorite athlete is Rajon Rondo, favorite movie is All About the Benjamins and his favorite food is chicken wings ... attended New London High School in New London, Conn. … as a senior, led his team to a 23-3 record, averaging 31.4 ppg and 10.1 rpg … earned All-State honors three times … led his team to a 27-0 season and state title during his junior year … named New Haven Register’s State Player of the Year in 2011 … named McDonald’s All-American, Jordan All-American, Parade All-American and Gatorade State Player of the Year … invited to the 2012 USA Basketball Men’s U18 training camp