Providence star Kris Dunn does things nightly that no point guard should be able to do. But at 6-feet-4 with ridiculously long arms and bouncy legs, he continues to surprise with what he’s capable of.
Dunn put up a triple-double on Wednesday night in Providence’s 89-66 victory over Hartford, scoring 16 points, dishing out 14 assists and grabbing 10 rebounds. That’s a stat line that no one has had since at least 2009-10, according to sports-reference.com. It’s the second time this season Dunn has put up numbers that no one else has done in the last five years, as the Friars’ first game of the season against Harvard saw him total 32 points, six rebounds, nine assists and eight steals.
The highlight of the night was a thunderous put-back dunk that made you forget for a second that, again, we’re talking about a point guard.
Not only does he do that from basically a stand-still, but then he gives a nasty little mean mug to the crowd after. Check out this angle.
We’re running out of superlatives for Dunn at this point. He is the most complete player in college basketball, folks. You should tell your friends about him.