VICE GANDA CHATTING WITH TERRENCE ROMEO Parody(About Calvin Abueva Dating Issue)

Terrence and fajardo showed chemistry on gilas. The third quarter resumed with just three Filipino players against five Australians on court. The brawl was said to have been triggered by the offensive foul of Gilas Pilipinas' Roger Pogoy on Christopher James Goulding of the Australia Boomers in the third quarter.

Moore said he was proud of how Boomers bench followed the rules and stayed on the sideline when the brawl erupted. According to earlier reports, the skirmish may have stemmed from a fan asking for the PBA player's autograph. The Australian Basketballers' Association said on Thursday night it would accept the suspensions but the players would be seeking clarification of some sanctions to Philippines coaches and officials.

Terrence Romeo, Jayson Castro William, and Andray Blatche each received a three-game suspension; Roger Pogoy, Carl Cruz, and Jio Jalalon each received a five-game suspension; while Calvin Abueva received a six-game suspension, with his sanction more severe due to prior unsportsmanlike behaviour in FIBA competition.

The salary isn't the highest as Terrence Romeo and JunMar Fajardo, two of the biggest names in the PBA is getting more or less half a million every month. The Batang Pier jumped out to a 26-6 advantage in the first period but the Hotshots were able to cut into the lead and eventually get the win to advance to the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals.

Romeo's father added that he believes the 21-year-old cager when he says he never had a relationship with Vice Topak ni Romeo Ganda. Boomers guards Nathan Sobey and Jason Cadee, who were on court when the brawl started, will face no sanctions. One of the first to weigh in (in fact almost right after the brawl) is Gilas' guard Terrence Romeo, who remained unapologetic about what occurred at the Philippine Arena in Bulacan.

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