Chicago Bulls point guard Kris Dunn is enjoying a breakout sophomore season, and he seems to think the change in scenery has a lot to do with it. In an interview with David Aldridge of NBA.com that ran on Monday, Dunn threw shade at his ex-coach, Tom Thibodeau of the Minnesota Timberwolves. “The game’s slowing down for me at a tremendous rate,” he said. “Last year, I couldn’t even tell you what position — one, two, three. I’m just out there, trying to impress the coach. That was what it was, and I couldn’t really learn. “This year I’m learning,” Dunn continued. “I’m playing the role I’m used, point guard. I’m huge on film, so I watch a lot of film, see what I do wrong, see what I’m doing good. Honestly, it’s really slowing down for me.”