Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin will likely remain on the bench for the next few weeks due to a broken hand he suffered after reportedly punching a team equipment staffer, according to ESPN’s Michael Eaves.

Already dealing with a torn quadriceps muscle that’s kept him out of the Clippers last 14 games, the 26-year-old and often jovial Griffin reportedly hit the team staff member multiple times and suffered what’s believed to be a fracture in his hand during the team’s trip to Toronto over the weekend.

Both Griffin and the staffer were sent home, according to ESPN, and he’s now expected to be out a number of weeks. The equipment staffer’s face was injured during the altercation, but the team won’t issue a statement until before Tuesday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers.

The Clippers have gone 11-3 and risen to No. 4 in the Western Conference while Griffin’s been on the mend, but he’s still one of the team’s most important pieces as they seek another deep run in the postseason.

In 30 games this season Griffin’s averaged 23.2 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 5.0 assists per game, while shooting 50.8 percent from the floor.