A rough year for Glen “Big Baby” Davis got a little rougher last Friday. At a Travelodge Motel.

According to TMZ Sports, Davis attempted to check into an Orlando Travelodge after the Magic lost to his former team, the Celtics, a game from which Davis sat out as he recovers from foot surgery. When told the motel was sold out, security video showed that Davis grabbed a computer keyboard and threw it across the hotel lobby.

Davis angrily left the hotel. Police responded to the scene, and while a report was taken, according to TMZ, no charges were filed.

Davis originally

injured his left foot in January, ending a season in which he had averaged a career-high 15.1 points and 7.9 rebounds. He had another surgery this summer after suffering a setback, and has yet to play, or even return to full-contact drills, this year.

He has been with the Magic since 2011, and will earn $6.4 million this year, with his contract calling for $6.6 million next year. Why, exactly, he was looking for a room at the Travelodge is a mystery.

Davis did take to Twitter on Tuesday to apologize.

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