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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:52 am 
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hopefully ngayon unti-unti na or mas mabuti mawala na ng tuloyan yang colonial mentality.

white, black, brown, etc. dapat fair treatment... 8) 8) :angel:

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Sa ibang pananaw, aminin natin tayong mga pinoy ay mga pikon pag masyadong physical na ang laro. Ugali natin ang masyadong sensitive.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 11:00 am 
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Junorz wrote:
Sa ibang pananaw, aminin natin tayong mga pinoy ay mga pikon pag masyadong physical na ang laro. Ugali natin ang masyadong sensitive.


True..but hindi lang Pinoy manay..
Lahat ng lahi pikon yan..
That's human nature...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 11:09 am 
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Who’s to blame for fracas?

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Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star) - July 4, 2018 - 12:00am


Emotions went over the top during the highly physical game between Gilas and Australia at the FIBA Asia/Pacific World Cup qualifiers in the Philippine Arena last Monday. The crowd was estimated to be 22,000 and some fans got involved in the free-for-all that erupted with 4:01 left in the third period.

An interruption of over 30 minutes simmered down the opposing teams as the three referees went outdoors to review multiple angles of what transpired in ESPN5’s OB Van.

Fans entertained themselves by doing the wave and lighting up their cellfones during the impasse. Trying to diffuse the tension, former Gilas player Marc Pingris visited the Philippine bench and took a selfie with the players. Unfortunately, Pingris’ selfie was misinterpreted as some fans thought it wasn’t called for under the stormy circumstances.

When the referees returned, they announced 13 ejections, nine from Gilas. The game was eventually called off with 1:57 remaining in the third quarter and Australia walked away with an 89-53 win by default. The Philippines was down to one man after JuneMar Fajardo and Gabe Norwood fouled out.
Usually, a player who’s thrown out of a FIBA game for a disqualifying foul isn’t penalized more than an ejection, meaning there is no carryover penalty. But because of the scandalous fisticuffs and widespread coverage all over the world, FIBA will likely impose sanctions or disciplinary measures. In a tweet, FIBA said it will open “disciplinary proceedings against both teams ... (and) the decision or decisions will be communicated in the coming days.” We imagine there will be due process before sanctions are handed out.

Perhaps, the main culprits of the brawl were the three referees who apparently lost control of the game. They were Ahmed Al Bulushi of Oman, Hatim Alharbi of Saudi Arabia and Paul Skayem of Lebanon. When the fisticuffs erupted, they were nowhere to be found. They should’ve pacified the players and stepped into the path of anyone looking for a fight. FIBA should seriously consider sanctioning the referees more than the players.

The referees issued technicals in the course of the game but tolerated an unusually high level of physicality that could only lead to flare-ups. Jayson Castro said he complained about the unnecessary physicality and on one occasion, a referee apologized for not calling a foul.

Surely, the Australians were to blame, too. They were determined to win at all costs. The day before the game, the Australians took out the sponsorship decals on the floor without consulting their hosts. They later apologized when the SBP said the decals were previously cleared with FIBA. During the warm-ups, the Boomers made physical contact on the Gilas players who inadvertently crossed over to their half of the court. In the course of the game, the Australians resorted to taunting, bullying and roughhousing. What triggered the brawl was Daniel Kickert’s strike on R. R. Pogoy with a forearm. The usually mild-mannered Castro, who stands a foot shorter than Kickert, threw a flying punch after Pogoy was floored.

Of course, the Philippine players must also be taken to task. No matter how the Australians behaved, there was no cause to retaliate that way. The Filipino players said they wanted to stand up to the boorish Australians because they were disrespected in their own homecourt. It was like they were pushed against the wall and forced to defend themselves.

Gilas coach Chot Reyes said in the end, it wasn’t about winning or losing. He admitted the Boomers played much better than Gilas. “We were coming from a high after beating Chinese-Taipei while they were coming from a low after losing to Japan so we knew they were out to win in a big way,” he said. What Reyes couldn’t accept was how the Boomers disrespected the game and the homecrowd.

A sore point was the Arena’s lack of security. The brawl spilled into the stands as fans even got involved in the fracas. FIBA will seriously look into this problem as the Philippines is hosting the major part of the 2023 World Cup.

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JABEZJ wrote:
Who’s to blame for fracas?

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Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star) - July 4, 2018 - 12:00am


Emotions went over the top during the highly physical game between Gilas and Australia at the FIBA Asia/Pacific World Cup qualifiers in the Philippine Arena last Monday. The crowd was estimated to be 22,000 and some fans got involved in the free-for-all that erupted with 4:01 left in the third period.

An interruption of over 30 minutes simmered down the opposing teams as the three referees went outdoors to review multiple angles of what transpired in ESPN5’s OB Van.

Fans entertained themselves by doing the wave and lighting up their cellfones during the impasse. Trying to diffuse the tension, former Gilas player Marc Pingris visited the Philippine bench and took a selfie with the players. Unfortunately, Pingris’ selfie was misinterpreted as some fans thought it wasn’t called for under the stormy circumstances.

When the referees returned, they announced 13 ejections, nine from Gilas. The game was eventually called off with 1:57 remaining in the third quarter and Australia walked away with an 89-53 win by default. The Philippines was down to one man after JuneMar Fajardo and Gabe Norwood fouled out.
Usually, a player who’s thrown out of a FIBA game for a disqualifying foul isn’t penalized more than an ejection, meaning there is no carryover penalty. But because of the scandalous fisticuffs and widespread coverage all over the world, FIBA will likely impose sanctions or disciplinary measures. In a tweet, FIBA said it will open “disciplinary proceedings against both teams ... (and) the decision or decisions will be communicated in the coming days.” We imagine there will be due process before sanctions are handed out.

Perhaps, the main culprits of the brawl were the three referees who apparently lost control of the game. They were Ahmed Al Bulushi of Oman, Hatim Alharbi of Saudi Arabia and Paul Skayem of Lebanon. When the fisticuffs erupted, they were nowhere to be found. They should’ve pacified the players and stepped into the path of anyone looking for a fight. FIBA should seriously consider sanctioning the referees more than the players.

The referees issued technicals in the course of the game but tolerated an unusually high level of physicality that could only lead to flare-ups. Jayson Castro said he complained about the unnecessary physicality and on one occasion, a referee apologized for not calling a foul.

Surely, the Australians were to blame, too. They were determined to win at all costs. The day before the game, the Australians took out the sponsorship decals on the floor without consulting their hosts. They later apologized when the SBP said the decals were previously cleared with FIBA. During the warm-ups, the Boomers made physical contact on the Gilas players who inadvertently crossed over to their half of the court. In the course of the game, the Australians resorted to taunting, bullying and roughhousing. What triggered the brawl was Daniel Kickert’s strike on R. R. Pogoy with a forearm. The usually mild-mannered Castro, who stands a foot shorter than Kickert, threw a flying punch after Pogoy was floored.

Of course, the Philippine players must also be taken to task. No matter how the Australians behaved, there was no cause to retaliate that way. The Filipino players said they wanted to stand up to the boorish Australians because they were disrespected in their own homecourt. It was like they were pushed against the wall and forced to defend themselves.

Gilas coach Chot Reyes said in the end, it wasn’t about winning or losing. He admitted the Boomers played much better than Gilas. “We were coming from a high after beating Chinese-Taipei while they were coming from a low after losing to Japan so we knew they were out to win in a big way,” he said. What Reyes couldn’t accept was how the Boomers disrespected the game and the homecrowd.

A sore point was the Arena’s lack of security. The brawl spilled into the stands as fans even got involved in the fracas. FIBA will seriously look into this problem as the Philippines is hosting the major part of the 2023 World Cup.


Yeah, the refs could have done something at the early parts of the game when there were some unnecessary/excessive contacts/physicality. they can issue some warnings or even technical just to diffuse some tensions. siguro hindi na umabot sa boiling point. biruin mo kahit titira ng free-throws tinutuya pa. pwede naman warningan ng ref yun para di na magpatuloy ang panunuya.
yung mga unnecessary bumps/tulak nina Goulding at Kickert kina Jayson Castro at RR Pogoy pwede tawagan ng warnings sa simula at then technical later. hindi nagawa ng mga refs yun kaya hindi na nakapagtimpi later si Jayson... may instance din na dinaanan ng siko ni Pogoy yung Goulding, hindi rin tinawagan ng refs, nagreklamo din ang Goulding. siguro kung natawagan din yun baka di na rin ganun ka aggressive si Pogoy after...
Well, ganun talaga. nangyari na. Hintay nalang tayo sa magiging desisyon ng FIBA kung may fines/suspension on Australian players and GILAS PILIPINAS players... 8) 8) 8)

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 4:33 pm 
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so where is the TS now...?


I have a feeling that FIBA will withdraw 2023 World Cup venue in Philippines.
Again, they will see Philippines as minority... They will side with the Aussies...

Hope Im wrong...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 5:06 pm 
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ich wrote:
so where is the TS now...?


I have a feeling that FIBA will withdraw 2023 World Cup venue in Philippines.
Again, they will see Philippines as minority... They will side with the Aussies...

Hope Im wrong...


That's the worst case scenario...

Or FIBA will just suspend some players for some games (next qualifying window), penalize SBP and make everyone issue a public apology...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:37 pm 
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ich wrote:
so where is the TS now...?


I have a feeling that FIBA will withdraw 2023 World Cup venue in Philippines.
Again, they will see Philippines as minority... They will side with the Aussies...

Hope Im wrong...


I don't think naman aabot sa withdrawing of 2023 World Cup hosting.
Most probably, fines and suspension for some players from GILAS and Australia.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:32 pm 
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Junorz wrote:
Sa ibang pananaw, aminin natin tayong mga pinoy ay mga pikon pag masyadong physical na ang laro. Ugali natin ang masyadong sensitive.

true puro yabang mga pinoy ,lahat ng aspeto tulad sa driving,gadgets pati sa pacland puro kayabangan :lol:
likas na mayabang tayo. that's our personality :D

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Si ts nuknukan ng kayabangan

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:45 pm 
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miron_lang wrote:
Bolo_Punch wrote:
Racism was the culprit in that Gilas - Australia basketbrawl & here to stay on earth.
The Aussies like many white people think that their race is superior than brown people.
Hence their players are no exemption calling our Gilas players as monkeys during the game.
But not only the whites are guilty of this perception, some of the Middle East countries are also guilty.
Maraming taon akong nagtrabaho sa UAE at doon ay nasaksihan ko na karamihan sa mga Arabo,
ay mababa ang pagtingin sa mga Pinoy, Indonesians, Intsik, Indiano, Pakistani, etc.
Pero napuna ko din na pag ang kaharap ng mga Arabong ito ay Amerikano at Brittish, tameme sila.

That's what transpired i think in that Gilas - Aussie fracas,
The visitors came thinking that they're a supercilous race than us Filipinos,
One proof was they removed the stickers on the arena court's flooring without asking
permission from the SBP & other gov't. authorities,
During the game, as some reports say, the Aussies taunted, bashed & insulted the Gilas players,
These gangsters dressed in basketball uniforms were still hurt & wounded with their Japan's loss.
So, they decided to use their race superiority (according to them ) to bully & beat the Filipinos.

But they were mistaken. Pinoys will not just accept & smile their arrogant words & acts,
Goulding & Kickert learned their lessons. Those two continously trashed talk the Gilas players
during the game thinking that the Pinoys will be meek as lambs with their bullying.
So, the rest is history. Because of the Aussies racist attitudes, the sad incident happened.

Regarding this TS & if he's a Filipino, he's either a crab or nagpapapansin lang,
But if he's sincere in criticising us Pinoys in his post, i advice him to read Terence Romeo's tweet,
The ending part says - " Kung embarrassing kami sa mata ninyo bat di kayo magconvert ng australian."
So TS, proceed now to Australian Embassy & start your application. :shock:


Thank you!


nakabaon na sa mentalidad specially ng AUSSIES yan.. dahil mga KRIMINAL mga ninuno nila ( sempre hindi lahat karamihan lang :) )..

etong ROYALTY ng BRITAIN since angat sila sa gera panay ang kamkam ng mga lupain mid 2nd millenia.... at yung mga UNDESIRABLES or mga me kaso nung 18th century eh dyan sa present day AUSTRALIA pinag tatapon....

kaya ganyan utak nila utak Kriminal ( again hindi lahat karamihan lang )..

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Di nyo ba napansin except maybe for INDIA who has strong connection with its history ( ancient temples )... halos lahat ng ni colonize the BRITAIN eh halos ubusin nila ang mga natives.

The reds of North America numbers in tens and upward of a hundred million people... halos ubusin yan ng mga BRITISH at itago sa history to create the U.S.A .

etong AUSTRALIA ganun din.. halos inubos yung mga aborigenes.

now compare that to SPAIN.. and SPAIN aalipinin ka. etong BRITAIN uubusin kayo tapos kukunin ang LUPA ......

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karamihan sating mga pinoy na brain washed na ng mga puti .. ang kultura na infiltrate... kapag PUTI special ... wala silang visa dito pero tayo kahit me pera pwede pa ma deny.


this is REALITY. does people see this? ......


ramdam din ng mga puti yan kaya tong si Kickert feeling superyor.


Dami din kasing tangang Pinoy na pati Royalty ng puti sinasamba. Pag British Royalty sinasamba pero may pakialam ba sa Royalty ng mga Aprikano o sa sariling bayan sa South. Siyempre wala.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 2:01 am 
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Wait till England loses in the world cup.
This won't even be a memory.


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sana ma ban philippines & australia sa fiba basketball para masaya


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In fairness - You be the judges!! :thunder: :idea2: :thunder:



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Well, I'm disappointed with the Pinoy's ineffectiveness in exacting an unforgettable lesson to these arrogant whitey monkeys with superiority complex. The only effective and meaningful strike was the elbow by that albino monkey. I think Pinoy basketball players should include fight sports cross-training as part of their fitness program (specifically focus pads/punch mitts/kick pads and punch/elbow strike/kick/knee strike training on heavy bags). Pinoys should have gone "Beatles" on these self-important whiteys like they did back in 1966. :biglaugh:

So the next time you run into whitey on the street or anywhere else for that matter and showing you disdain or giving you an attitude, then attitude him back. In fact, do it to them first preemptively before they could get off. I have and they usually couldn't follow through with their bluff and are mostly cowards in my opinion which is based on my personal experiences. Two can play the game, you know. The best defense is a good offense, right? Whiteys rely on acknowledgement by non-whiteys of their presumed superiority (which they have imposed on the world for centuries) to intimidate and establish their false sense of supremacy over non-whiteys in a situation or encounter. So don't feed it. Cut them off at the knees before they do it to you. Wean yourself off of that colonial mentality. I think the president should ban the sale of whitening creams in the country. That would go a long way in salvaging the country's identity and away from the whitey mentality. :biglaugh:


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