December 14, 2017, 12:07 am
Kris Dunn was a putrid 6-of-18 from the field in Wednesday’s home victory but made up for it a bit by collecting seven rebounds, eight assists and four steals in addition to his inefficient 13 points.
Dunn has a long way to go on offense but it’s clear that he’s an asset with the peripheral numbers. He boasts tremendous upside as a defensive stat magnet and it shouldn’t be difficult for him to return solid late-middle round value in his current workload. The efficiency will be a drag but Dunn is getting a legitimate chance to develop this season, much to the joy of his fantasy owners.