Kris Dunn started Monday’s preseason game against a star-less Milwaukee Bucks and put out a strong preseason outing during his 24 minutes on the floor, the most of any Chicago Bulls starter. Head coach Jim Boylen noted that spots are up for the taking in training camp and that the decision to start Dunn was just one of the many tweaks he will do with his rotation to find out what groups play best with each other.

Dunn is reportedly battling to keep his spot as the team’s starting point guard, something that looked murky after the Bulls executed a sign-and-trade to acquire Tomas Satoransky, who impressed for the Czech Republic at the recent FIBA World Cup.

While one game is too short a sample size to judge, Dunn might be better off coming off the bench than remaining in the lineup as the team’s starting point guard.