Kris Dunn is being evaluated for a concussion after landing on his face after a dunk.
Bulls guard Kris Dunn has chipped and dislocated multiple teeth after suffering a nasty fall on Wednesday night.
Late in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's game against the Warriors, Dunn got a steal and a was ahead of the pack on a fast break. He dunked the ball to cut Golden State's lead to five at 112-107.
As Dunn let go of the rim, his body's momentum continued to swing out of bounds, causing him to land on his face. He stayed down after the fall and Lauri Markkanen was forced to take a foul to stop play. Dunn was spitting up blood after the play, and after staying down for a few minutes, he was helped off the court.
Dunn did not return for the remainder of the game, and the Bulls lost 119-112. He finished the game with 16 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals.
In addition to Dunn, Golden State's Jordan Bell had a scary fall in the first quarter of the game and had to leave the game in a wheelchair.