Wolves rookie point guard Kris Dunn, who played in just two NBA Summer League games last month after sustaining a concussion during early action, said Thursday he’s healthy and practicing again.

“I feel great. I’m back on the court,” he said. “I’m just working to get better for training camp, but I’m definitely back.”

Dunn averaged 24 points in two Summer League games before being sidelined.

“Just like any other time, when you’re coming from eighth grade to freshman year, you just want to prove yourself and work hard. Same thing when you’re going from high school to college,” Dunn said. “Whatever happens, happens. If I’m a starter or not a starter, I’m going to do whatever the coach needs me to do. I’m just here to learn.”

 

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