It started with an exchange of cuddly stuffed pandas and ended with handshakes and hugs.

Georgetown’s return to the court for the second leg of its China tour went off without a hitch despite the lingering images, videos and questions surrounding last week’s wild on-court brawl between the Hoyas and Bayi Rockets.

On Sunday Georgetown rolled past the Liaoning Dinosaurs of the Chinese Basketball Association, 91-69, at an outdoor court during the Nike sports festival in Shanghai. The stadium was filled to capacity with spectators hoping to witness a rematch between the Hoyas and Rockets, but a late scheduling change swapped the Rockets out for the Dinosaurs.

American expat James Burbridge told ABC News he was hoping for a Hoyas-Rockets rematch: “I’d figure it would be a scrappy game.”

The Hoyas were met with applause from the crowd as they continue to try to put a fracas that made international news headlines behind them.

More coverage of the Georgetown brawl in China:

Georgetown’s men’s basketball team puts brawl in China behind them

• Mike Wise: Georgetown’s basketball brawl in China erupted from complex mix of history, hubris and culture

• Brook Larmer: From ping-pong diplomacy to basket-brawl: What the Chinese-Georgetown fight reveals

• Video: Georgetown Hoyas end exhibition game in China with brawl

Players, coaches meet after brawl

• Early Lead: Former Hoyas react to brawl in China

• Early Lead: Georgetown brawls with China’s Bayi Rockets: The animated video

• Sally Jenkins: Georgetown basketball brawl’s spark isn’t clear, but situation was obviously flammable

• DC Sports Bog: Chinese media ignore Georgetown story

Fight ends Hoyas’ game in China