Magic's Arron Afflalo put in a headlock during scuffle

Magic's Arron Afflalo put in a headlock after taking wild swing at Timberwolves Nemanja Bjelica

In the second quarter, Bjelica bumped into Afflalo on his way to contest for a rebound when Afflalo let loose with a right hook that could have taken down Mike Tyson. This time, instead of simply getting in his face or lashing out verbally, Afflalo took a full swing at Bjelica, connecting with the back of his head. Both players were given a second technical after the punching incident. They can expect severe discipline from the league for the fight, which will likely include suspensions.

The latest hardwood skirmish came during Tuesday night's Magic-Timberwolves game in Orlando.

The Orlando wing stunned everybody when, following a high foul from Nemanja Bjelica, he threw a haymaker punch in the direaction of Bjelica.

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Last week, Toronto Raptors forward Serge Ibaka and Miami Heat forward James Johnson both were suspended one game for punches thrown at each other in a game.

Afflalo did not give any statement about the incident immediately after the game.

"I don't want to make like he's a bad guy, maybe he had a bad day", Bjelica said after the game. For what it's worth, the Magic improved to 13-31 on the season with a 108-102 victory over the T-Wolves, who fell to 29-17.

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