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Former Gilas Pilipinas members LA Tenorio, Beau Belga and Dondon Hontiveros watched the Gilas Pilipinas vs Turkey Tune-up game in full support of Gilas Pilipinas. Jimmy Alapag was also in the venue to support Gilas Pilipinas!
Watch: Tenorio, Belga, Hontiveros Interview about Gilas 4.0
Dondon Hontiveros and Marc Pingris who both played for Gilas Pilipinas in the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship supports Rodrigo Duterte for President in the upcoming Philippine Elections.
Calvin Abueva led Alaska in Game 4 with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 3 assists against GlobalPort Batang Pier as the Aces now lead the series 3-1.
Calvin Abueva got the biggest penalty in the Alaska vs GlobalPort skirmish last night with a P41,600 fine broken down as follow: P20,000 (For instigating a commotion) + P1,600 (For second motion) + P10,000 (For confronting PBA vice chairman Eric Arejola) + P10,000 (For confronting Anthony Semerad and Jay Washington).
In just the 1st quarter of the Alaska vs GlobalPort PBA Semifinals Game 2, an altercation happened between Dondon Hontiveros, Anthony Semerad, Calvin Abueva and Jay Washington that resulted in 13 technical fouls including most of the coaching staff of both teams as they entered the court during the commotion.
Hontiveros/Abueva vs Semerad/Washington
13 Technical Fouls
Alaska Aces and GlobalPort Batang Pier will have a Best-of-Seven Semifinals Series in the on-going 2015-2016 Philippine Cup. Gilas “Rookies” Terrence Romeo (23.9ppg, 4.4rpg, 3.2apg) and Calvin Abueva (13.4ppg, 8.5rpg, 2.0apg, 1.4spg) will face each other for the chance to play in the PBA Finals against the winner of San Miguel Beer vs Rain or Shine series.
In their lone game in the elimination round, Alaska beat GlobalPort, 123-104 led by Cyrus Baguio with 17 points.
Watch Highlights of the Alaska vs GlobalPort Video
Gilas Pilipinas finished 2nd Place (Silver Medal) in the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship
Gilas Pilipinas FIBA Asia 2015 Statistics
Andray Blatche – 17.8ppg, 9.2rpg, 1.4spg
Jayson Castro – 16.7ppg, 3.2rpg, 2.6apg
It was a scary sight for all basketball-crazy Pinoys.
Japanese ace Makoto Hiejema and big man Jojo Takeuchi were taking the fight to Team Pilipinas, the former blazing hot, breathing fire and shooting fireballs from the perimeter virtually at will; the latter, terrifyingly efficient, grabbing rebounds in bunches and stroking shots inside and out. Japan led 17–16 after one, and they padded that lead to 7 early in the second canto. The game was all even at the half, 39–39, and at the end of three, 54–54.
Andray Blatche and Jayson Castro were their usual dynamic selves, but no one else was stepping up for Gilas 3.0.