Police tell us the men, and their friends, had spent the evening at the club Cloud Nine on West 38th street.
As they were leaving the club, they say some people outside were looking at their cars. There was an argument, and the Tinsley brothers and their friends left in three cars, all registered to Jamaal Tinsley, who was not present.
Tinsley, his brothers and their friends tell police they drove downtown and shots were fired at them near the Conrad Hotel at Illinois and Washington.
Police say Joey Qatato -- a trainer for the Pacers -- was shot in the arm. He's in good condition.
While police were investigating, they discovered one man in the entourage had an outstanding warrant in Georgia, he was arrested.
Police say one member of the Tinsley party, who is licensed to have a gun, may have returned fire.
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