Kris Dunn Will be the MIP of the Year 2018! #BullsFuturePointGoD!

Yes! The guy in the middle is about to give Bulls fans something to cheer about. I know I am going on out on a limb stating this, but due to the release of Rondo, the focal point of offense is Dunn.
Dunn has been through adversity all throughout his life. He had a life almost like Jimmy Butler and he was just a bit lucky to have a brother and a mother who was often in jail. That is a tough situation to be in but Dunn persevered and work his tail off despite all the trials.
Relating that situation to his NBA career, Dunn has been given the keys to drive this team even though he had a lackluster rookie year. I believe that Dunn is on his way to stardom, in my eyes he can be a better version of Jeff Teague because he plays better defensively and in offense he can create for his team mates as well. 
I wont be surprised if Dunn will average 15pts 5 reb 6 assist and a steal or a block. 
If you are not convinced, check this highlights 🙂





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Aldrin C.
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Basketball Culture : 2016 NBA Draft – Suit your Style


Thursday brought us the NBA draft, which means it brought us another opportunity to check out the latest fashions favored by elite basketball prospects. Overall, it was a big night for each and everyone’s unique bow ties, tuxedo jackets and black lapels.



//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js (Brandon Ingram, taken second by the Lakers, took it back to ’91 with this wicked stone washed blazer, a gray-and-black snakeskin jacket over a black dress shirt with a short gold chain)


(Malik Beasley, taken 19th by the Nuggets, wore a tie-knot the size of Colorado on a magenta tinted suit.)


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Ben Simmons, who went No. 1 overall to the 76ers, wore a conservative, well-tailored blue suit, accented with a gold tie. He furthered the corporate-shark look by barely pausing to acknowledge a cameraman who had fallen backwards while filming the LSU product arriving at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

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//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js For Kris Dunn ,No. 5 Timberwolves, it’s gotta be the shoes and the Whalers suit with a heap of confidence, the standout aspect of his ensemble. He can only hope his NBA game sparkles as much as those kicks, but he also showed that what’s inside counts, too.


//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Marquese Chriss (No. 8, Kings, traded to Suns) was resplendent in red crushed-velvet jacket, with a black-and-white bow tie. He certainly looked like he loves his look.


These are only some of the outfits that the 2016 NBA Draft players has shown, what do you think of their styles?

Photo and video credits to : Brad Penner – USA TODAY SPORTS, MAXIM, and The Washington Post

Introducing: Kris Dunn Lottery pick for 2016 NBA DRAFT!

Kris Dunn



Dunn tore his labrum in June 2012 and underwent shoulder surgery immediately after. He made his freshman debut in late December.[3]On December 11, 2013, it was announced Dunn would undergo shoulder surgery and miss the rest of his sophomore season.[4]In the following 2014-2015 season, Dunn returned from injury to earn the Big East Player of the Year and the Defensive Player of the Year awards. Choosing to return for the 2015-2016 season with the intention of graduating, Dunn garnered many preseason accolades, including preseason POY.
Dunn was named Big East Player of the Week on January 4, 2016 after scoring 26 points in a win against St. John’s and a 20 point outing in a victory over ninth-ranked Butler.[5]On February 1, 2016, he was named one of 10 finalists for the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award.[6]




He has gotten better and proved to be a better player after the surgery. Here are the stats for Dunn this senior year from Providence Friars. 

Measurements:
Height: 6’4 
Wingspan: 6’9
Standing Reach 8’6

Stats:

17 PPG
5.9 RBG for a point guard
6.7 APG
3.2 SPG – 2nd in the nation in steals

To me he is a smaller version of Dwade, his tenacity of defense and the ability to absorb contact and make the shot reminds me of Dwade. Which is not bad there are rumors that my wolves assuming the wolves keep the 5th pick would take Dunn, I don’t have a problem with that if they would trade rubio or lavine. I don’t want the wolves to have 3 PG’s again like what they did with rubio, flynn and some mash potatoes. 

Dunn will be a great fit for Milwaukee because MCW looks a bit lost out there. Dunn would thrive playing under Jason Kidd. 

Here is a good highlight of Kris Dunn’s style of play:





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Aldrin 
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