November 22, 2017, 1:08 am
Kris Dunn scored 12 points on 5-of-14 shooting with six assists, five rebounds, one triple, a steal and a block on Tuesday in a loss to the Lakers.
In only his second start this season, Dunn added another solid performance to what can tentatively be described as a trend for him at this point. His shooting on the season is considerably higher than his 38 percent mark from the field last season, so it is safe to assume some regression there, but the his real value comes from his assist and steal numbers. He is a must-own player in all leagues for as long as this level of play continues.