Playing in an exhibition game against the Bayi Rockets -- in which both teams combined for 72 free throws -- the Hoyas ended up getting bum-rushed and attacked with flying fists, full water bottles and even chairs.
Washington Post reporter Gene Wang described the scene on the ground, writing that "Georgetown Coach John Thompson III pulled his players off the court with 9 minutes 32 seconds left in the game and the scored tied at 64 after a chaotic scene in which members of both teams began throwing punches and tackling one another."
Big man Henry Sims was hit by a chair and freshman center Moses Ayegba grabbed a chair in self defense after being struck.
The craziest part? This was the second time both teams cleared their benches during the game.
"Tonight two great teams played a very competitive game that unfortunately ended after heated exchanges with both teams. We sincerely regret that this situation occurred," Thompson said in a statement after the game.
Though the team was scheduled to show up today in Shanghai, it wouldn't be surprising for Georgetown to cut the trip short. And it'd be hard to fault them for fearing for their own safety.
Watch the melee below.