ORLANDO – The Orlando Magic suspended power forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis for two games Friday for conduct detrimental to the team.
Davis will miss Friday's game against Cleveland and Saturday night's game at Indiana.
In a statement, the team did not specify on why the 26-year-old was suspended, but the Orlando Sentinel reported Davis had an "outburst" at the team's Friday morning shootaround at the Amway Center.
Davis' agent, John Hamilton, told the paper he "heard there was an incident" but had not yet talked to the team.
The six-foot-nine, 289-pound Davis is averaging 7.3 points and five rebounds in 22 games off the bench for the Magic.
The former LSU standout was with the Boston Celtics for the first four seasons of his career, winning an NBA title as a rookie. He was traded before the start of this season for forward Brandon Bass.
The incident is the latest sign of trouble for the Magic, who have struggled in recent weeks amid the expected departure of star center Dwight Howard.
Howard is expected to be traded at some point this season since he is unlikely to sign a long-term deal with Orlando.
The Magic are 13-9 after losing four of the past five games.