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Bulls' Kris Dunn suffers chipped, dislocated teeth on face-first fall

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Dunn faceplants after transition slam (0:43)

Kris Dunn steals the ball and jams it home on the break, but loses his balance coming off the rim and slams his face into the floor, forcing him from the game. (0:43)

CHICAGO -- Bulls point guard Kris Dunn chipped and dislocated two front teeth and was evaluated for a concussion after taking a hard fall late in Wednesday night's 119-112 loss to the Golden State Warriors.

Dunn was clear of concussion symptoms, the team announced, and he will be re-evaluated Thursday.

Dunn, who scored 16 points and grabbed five rebounds in 30 minutes, fell hard after losing his balance off the rim following a dunk.

The play occurred with 2:55 left in regulation after Dunn stole the ball from Warriors swingman Klay Thompson. Dunn fell face-first and was bleeding from his lip after the fall. He chipped several teeth and seemed dazed as he walked off the floor a few moments later and into the Bulls' locker room.

"He didn't lose teeth," Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said. "There was a good little chunk that he took out of the floor. He's being evaluated. Tough kid."

The Bulls are expected to update Dunn's condition on Thursday.

"We don't know for sure [if it's a concussion]," Hoiberg said. "We'll know a lot more in the morning."

The Bulls don't play again until Saturday at the Atlanta Hawks.