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MVP reacts to ‘disgraceful’ Gilas loss to Cambodia: ‘SBP, what occurred?

FILE–SBP chair emeritus Manny V. Pangilinan. –

FILE–SBP chair emeritus Manny V. Pangilinan. –MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.internet

Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) chair emeritus Manny V. Pangilinan didn’t mince phrases when he chimed in on Gilas Pilipinas’ loss to Cambodia within the thirty second Southeast Asian Video games on Thursday.

“What a disgraceful recreation for Gilas,” he wrote on Twitter on the heels of the Philippines’ 79-68 defeat by the hands of a naturalized-laden Cambodian aspect.

“An ignominious defeat which might be etched deeply in infamy,” he went on.

The Philippines hardly appeared just like the “Redeem Staff” it has been billed within the anticipated conflict towards the photographs at Morodok Techo Nationwide Stadium.

Gilas was saddled by horrendous taking pictures and will hardly sustain within the battle for the boards. Not serving to was Justin Brownlee’s dehydration episode which stored him from his do-it-all play that will’ve prompted a fightback so much earlier.

The loss was fairly a setback for a marketing campaign that hopes to reinstate the Philippines as a basketball energy within the area.

The final time the Philippines misplaced within the biennial meet was throughout the you-or-me conflict for the gold with Indonesia within the earlier version held in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Earlier than that, the Philippines was untouched—and for 33 lengthy years at that.

Pangilinan then reached for a query for his parting shot: “SBP – what occurred?”


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