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Where will Dunn rank among 2016-17 rookies?

Kris Dunn from Providence was drafted fifth overall last month. ESPN's Summer Forecast shows the Timberwolves' new point guard finishing higher than that in rookie of the year balloting next year. Forecast: Top 2016-17 rookies

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Dunn, Jones shine in summer league

The No. 5 overall pick Kris Dunn has been one of the most productive rookies in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Tyus Jones has shown off his scoring and playmaking abilities to help lead the Timberwolves to the final. Pelton’s best/worst of summer league (Insider)

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Kris Dunn looks like good fit with Wolves

Amin Elhassan and Tom Penn believe the 2016 No. 5 overall pick landed in the best place to succeed. Dunn will have plenty of mentors in Andrew Wiggins, Karl-Anthony Towns and Kevin Garnett. 5-on-5: Summer league

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Dunn projected for NBA greatness

According to ESPN Analytics' NBA Draft Projections, Kris Dunn's draft grade (88.9) is the highest of any college guard in the 2016 NBA draft. The 6-foot-4 22-year-old averaged 16.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 6.2 assists in his final season with the Friars.

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L.A. may get top player with second pick

Duke's Brandon Ingram grades as the best prospect in the NBA draft, according to ESPN Analytics' projected statistical plus minus.

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Kris Dunn on guarding Curry (1:18)
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Dunn moves up one spot on Big Board

ESPN's Chad Ford writes Dunn's athleticism, speed and toughness make him a challenge on both ends of the floor. But his work-in-progress jump shot is one major downside. Big Board 10.0 (Insider)

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Providence's Kris Dunn was emotional in discussing what being drafted would mean to him, his brother and father. Dunn also said he wanted to work out for top teams but they didn't want him to:

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Celtics have many solid draft options

After Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram are likely to be selected first and second, the Celtics may be choosing from Chad Ford's talented group of Tier 3 prospects, who project to be NBA starters. Draft tiers (Insider)

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Kris Dunn: I just wanted to see a Game 7 (1:48)
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Pels' top draftee should be Dunn deal

Chad Ford writes that the Pelicans would be best served by drafting Providence point guard Kris Dunn with the sixth overall pick. Ford gives Dunn a slight edge over Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield. "Grade A" NBA mock draft (Insider)

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Teams share interest in Murray, Dunn

Chad Ford writes that multiple teams drafting early are focusing on Kentucky shooting guard Jamal Murray and Providence point guard Kris Dunn. Ford's Big Board 9.0 (Insider)

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What will Celtics do on draft night?

Chad Ford believes Boston could go anywhere with the No. 3 overall pick. If Boston goes with Providence's Kris Dunn, he could be the best pure point guard on the roster. Mock Draft 8.0 (Insider)

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The versatile Kris Dunn (0:25)

Providence a bubble team next season?

After the losses of Kris Dunn and Ben Bentil to the NBA draft, Joe Lunardi has the Friars in his very early "First Four Out." Bracketology

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Bentil made the right choice to leave

Ben Bentil could go late in the first round of the NBA draft. Next season at Providence, he would have been the primary focus of opposing defenses without Kris Dunn by his side. Offseason winners and losers (Insider)

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.0153rd
Rebounds Per Game36.6150th
Assists Per Game15.936th
Points Allowed69.7123rd

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record15-19
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances18