The Bulls are not happy with Kris Dunn's work ethic, which could prompt them to draft another point guard, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

Dunn has failed to make a good impression on Chicago coaches and the front office, according to the report. This has the organization thinking of what it will do with it's No. 7 pick in the upcoming NBA Draft and if it should use that spot to get a new point guard.

According to unidentified Sun-Times sources, Dunn has been "shortcutting" in his workouts this offseason, even though he was a diligent and hard worker when the Bulls acquired him in last year's trade that sent Jimmy Butler to the Timberwolves.

Apparently Dunn got a "talking to," but now the Bulls are considering drafting Trae Young, the sources say.

However, the Bulls are in dire need of a small forward, so they likely are hoping Dunn will straighten out and allow them to focus on bolstering their frontcourt.

Last season, Dunn averaged 13.4 points per game with 4.3 rebounds and 6.0 assists.