He hears the questions too often, even daily, but perhaps more than any college basketball player in the nation, Kris Dunn has learned to roll with the punches.
Dunn knows the questions aren’t going away, but at this point it doesn’t really bother him anymore. He’s just excited about getting back on the floor for the Providence Friars this fall.
“People ask me all the time...
If there is anything Ed Cooley and Providence can offer a recruit playing the guard position for 2014, it’s playing time. With Bryce Cotton graduating and former McDonalds All-American point guard Kris Dunn likely sidelined at the start of next season rehabbing, Providence needs some backcourt depth.
Send to KindleProvidence College sophomore Kris Dunn will have shoulder surgery and miss the rest of the season
Dunn, a sophomore, suffered the injury during an exhibition game against Rhode Island College on Nov. 2. He returned after a three-game absence and averaged 3.8 points in four games before deciding to have surgery.
Dunn also had shoulder surgery and missed nine games last...
Send to KindleThe 2013 NBA draft has come and gone and while the draft class notoriously lacked star power, one thing it was not without was some serious intrigue.
Between an unforeseen selection at number one in UNLV’s Anthony Bennett, Kentucky’s star Nerlens Noel slipping outside the top five and a blockbuster deal that sent two future Hall of Famers away from the team they...
Ranked #6 in the nation by Rivals.com, Ricardo Ledo was expected to team with fellow Top-25 recruit, Kris Dunn, and lead the Providence College Friars back to prominence. Unfortunately, the 6’6” guard was ruled a partial qualifier by the NCAA, and while he has been able to attend classes and practice with the team, he will [...]
After a long exam break the Providence College Friars returned to action on Tuesday night, taking on Patriot League foe Colgate University. This game marked the debut of Friars’ Kris Dunn and Sidiki Johnson. The two newcomers helped move the Friars to an 8-2 record, defeating Colgate 79-45.