December 13, 2017, 11:08 am
“There were a lot of things that we worked on with Dunn initially,’’ Hoiberg said. “His body position, his release point, his footwork. Those things, it takes time, and it’s uncomfortable at first.’’ In his rookie season with Minnesota, Dunn shot an abysmal 29 percent from beyond the arc and 38 percent overall from the field. Through his first 22 games this season Dunn has shot 43 percent from the field but an eye-opening 39 percent from 3-point range. Dunn is also working on limiting his turnovers as he is down to 2.3 in December compared to 3.2 in the month of November. He is sitting just outside the top-100 and should continue to get better as the season progresses and the Bulls get Zach LaVine back.