No police report was filed in
Officers from the Toronto Police Service arrived at the restaurant in the city's entertainment district but were satisfied with the explanation they received from Griffin and Testi after the longtime friends explained what had happened and told the officers there was no need to escalate the situation.
Police did not take their names because there was no report on file, said Jenifferjit Sidhu, a media relations officer with the Toronto Police Service.
"We have no victim, we have no report," Sidhu said.
A person with knowledge of the situation said Griffin and Testi had engaged in their normal teasing back and forth when things became heated and Griffin punched Testi during an altercation that continued outside the restaurant.
Griffin broke his right hand and will be sidelined for at least four weeks. He also faces a possible fine and/or suspension, which is expected to be announced well before his hand heals.
Testi sustained a badly swollen face but no fractures.
A Clippers spokesman told The Times on Monday that Griffin had returned to Los Angeles before the game against the
Testi worked the game against the Raptors and traveled with the team from Toronto to Indianapolis before flying back to Los Angeles on Monday.
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