Calvin Abueva was fined by the PBA a total of 41,600 pesos for primarily causing the commotion during Game 2 of the Alaska-Globalport series last Wednesday.
The league announced Thursday the breakdown of players and team officials receiving fines from the heated encounter won by Alaska, 100-76.
Abueva was fined 20,000 for “instigating commotion”; in addition he has to pay 10,000 for confronting Globalport vice chairman Eric Arejola, another 10,000 for confronting Anthony Semerad and Jay Washington, and lastly an additional 1,600 for second motion.
Vic Manuel had the second highest fine, totalling 11,600 pesos. He was slapped with a 10,000-peso penalty for shoving Washington and has to pay another 1,600 for second motion.
Alaska head coach Alex Compton and assistants Jeffrey Cariaso, Monch Gavieres, and Louie Alas shall all pay 5,000 pesos each for entering the court.
The same penalty goes for Globalport head coach Pido Jarencio and team manager Bonnie Tan.
Washington picked up two technical fouls in the game, which happened to be his second and third overall in the conference. As a result, he will have to pay 1,600 and 2,400, respectively for a total of 4,000 pesos.
Lastly, Dorian Pena, Dondon Hontiveros, Anthony Semerad, and Joseph Yeo shall pay 1,000 pesos each for acquiring their first technical fouls of the conference.
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