9:10 AM PT -- Okay, so here's better explanation of the Terence Davis case ...
The NBA player was initially charged with 7 criminal counts -- aggravated harassment, assault, criminal mischief, attempted assault, harassment, endangering the welfare of a child and another assault.
The District Attorney's Office has moved to dismiss all counts relating to assaultive conduct, leaving "endangering the welfare of a child" and "criminal mischief" still active.
We're told Terence DID NOT plead guilty to any charges ... but the two sides were able to agree on a deal.
In short, the D.A.'s Office agrees to drop the remaining 2 charges if Davis pays $1,000 in restitution and stays out of trouble for the next year.
He's already paid the $1,000 -- so, now he's just gotta stay on the straight and narrow.
His next big court date is set for Feb. 2022 -- and if he stays clean, the case will be totally dismissed.
Big news for Toronto Raptors guard Terence Davis ... prosecutors have dropped the domestic violence charges against him stemming from an Oct. 2020 incident.
As we previously reported ... 23-year-old Davis was arrested after officials say he repeatedly punched his ex-GF in the face during an argument at the Beekman Tower hotel in NY.
Davis' ex-GF also told police he smashed her phone when she refused to stop recording him during the alleged incident.
Cops were called to the scene and he was ultimately booked for misdemeanor assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges.
But now, prosecutors have dropped the case against Davis, as first reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Davis is a pretty good player -- he was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team in 2020 which is impressive considering he was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2019.
So far in 2021, he's averaging 6.5 points per game.