Sunday's NBA schedule brought an intriguing rematch to the court as the Chicago Bulls hosted the Atlanta Hawks. Just days ago, the Hawks defeated the Bulls in a 4OT thriller. The latest game had its moments, but they were more of the on-court drama type. In particular, Kris Dunn had a particular moment where he hit rookie Trae Young. Ultimately, Young was tossed from the game, though.

Video: Dunn hits Trae Young on head

Things got started in the first quarter. The Chicago Bulls were up 18-17 as the Hawks had the ball. The refs blew the whistle as a timeout was called.

Trae Young launched a shot after the whistle just for fun. Dunn seemed to bump into him as he was walking and Young reacted with a slight arm shot to Dunn. That prompted Dunn to respond by slapping the back of Young's head, as shown in the video footage below.

As seen in the footage, Trae Young and Kris Dunn had some words ahead of that timeout. Various teammates including Wayne Selden Jr. and Robin Lopez stepped in to keep the two players apart. Things didn't get much more physical, but that was just the start of the drama. By the way, both Young and Dunn were hit with technicals after that early drama.

Video: Young ejected for taunting

Instead of fighting back with fists, Trae Young decided to make his statement in a different way. He'd drive down the court and pull up from beyond the three-point arc, canning a trey to add points for his team. After the shot, he glared at his opponent who previously hit him. Young also had words for Kris Dunn as the teams headed to a timeout.

Unfortunately, it was that extra something that the referee took exception to. The whistle blew and Young was given his second technical of the night. With that, Young had to exit the game for the Atlanta Hawks.

After the game, the referee explained that Young's actions were seen as "taunting" towards an opponent rather than a "celebration" of his shot.

The video below shows the incident which includes a bewildered Trae Young after learning he was hit with the second technical.

The end result for the latest game was that the Atlanta Hawks got their revenge. After the Bulls topped them in four overtimes in their previous meeting, ATL left with a 123-118 road win. Trae Young had 18 points, five assists, and two rebounds in his 18 minutes on the court for Atlanta. Young has led the Hawks to a number of wins including the recent OT battle with Minnesota. However, he was only on the court in spirit for the remainder of his team's latest victory.

Kris Dunn played for 27 minutes and finished with 14 points, four boards, and six assists for his effort. His effort to take out the Hawks' young emerging star seemed to backfire, as Alex Len stepped up with 28 points to lead Atlanta to victory in Young's absence.