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GlobalPort owner Romero says Game 3 officiating did not allow team to play its style



Globalport Batang Pier owner Mikee Romero has expressed his opinion regarding the officiating of Alaska-Globalport Game 3 (which the Aces won 82-69).

Romero said the way Game 3 was officiated did not allow his team to play its style.

“Ang sa akin lang, parang sa officiating, parang they don’t want my players to play yung style namin,” Romero shared. “Officiating should be, they should also let us play our game. Terrence Romeo, dalawang technical niya, yung una, I don’t know where it came from. It’s a regular complaint.”

Globalport had shot a miserable 27 percent from the field in Game 3, which included an uninspiring 2-for-30 clip from three-point area. Romeo himself had been limited to only 17 points on 8-for-23 shooting and was ejected in the fourth period after getting his second technical foul.Philippine Sports News - Tiebreaker Times GlobalPort owner Romero says Game 3 officiating did not allow team to play its style

While it is uncertain whether the officiating on Friday night had somehow been affected by the scuffle Alaska and Globalport had figured in during Game 2, Romero thought officials were a bit tighter in Game 3.

“Sa team lang namin, yung referees are not letting us play our style, plain and simple. Konting ano, mga double-dribble, which they were not calling in the elimination,” Romero added.

“Yun lang ang nakikita ko, that is my personal opinion. I am not hitting the PBA, that’s just my personal opinion.”

The Batang Pier team owner concluded by saying he hopes the next time the team hits the floor, the officials allow them to play.

“Sa akin lang, let us play. Sana, they don’t overact. I think medyo nag-overact sila,” Romero added.

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