Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn is required to miss four to six additional weeks given a sprained MCL.

The Bulls declared Wednesday that Dunn experienced an MRI on Friday that affirmed the initial diagnosis of a sprained MCL in his correct knee.

Dunn will progress to “functional training” in four to six weeks when the Bulls will choose whether he needs extra treatment.

The 25-year-old Dunn has been sidelined since enduring the injury Jan. 31. He is averaging 7.3 points and 3.4 aids 51 games this season.

Dunn has begun in 32 of Chicago’s games this season and is six beginnings from reaching starter criteria and seeing his $4.6 million qualifying offer this offseason increment to $7.1 million, as per ESPN’s Bobby Marks.

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