Australia-Philippines game ends with 13 ejections after massive brawl breaks out

Australia-Philippines game ends with 13 ejections after massive brawl breaks out

Australia-Philippines game ends with 13 ejections after massive brawl breaks out

Australia won the match but it ended in total farce after 13 players, including four Boomers, were ejected from the game.

Maker's National Basketball Association and Australian teammate, Matthew Dellavedova, also took part in the game, which ended in a 89-53 Australia win, but wasn't on the court for the brawl.

Australian basketball players feared for their safety after a World Cup qualifier in the Philippines descended into an extraordinary mass brawl, the sport's domestic governing body has said.

"Basketball Australia deeply regrets the incident in tonight's match between the Boomers and the Philippines", Moore said in a statement. "We didn't want what happened to happen", Philippines basketball president Al Panlilo said in an address to fans as the game was stopped, according to ABS-CBN News. Whilst former Wizards and Nets man Andray Blatche, Terrence Romeo, Jayson Castro, Carl Bryan Cruz, Calvin Abueva, Roger Pogoy, Troy Rosario, Japeth Aguilar and Matthew Wright were the nine players disqualified from the Philippines team.

With four minutes remaining in the third quarter and Australia leading by 31 points, Daniel Kickert offered a flying elbow that appeared to start the ruckus.

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"[Looking at the footage] one of our players, Nathan Sobey, is getting assaulted by a fan".

He said the incident has elevated their awareness of security for the team as they play worldwide games in the future. "We will wait for the referee's decision, but please I would like us to respect the game". "So, we find that an extraordinary allegation." .

After the game, Australia has a 5-1 record in topping the group, followed by the PH with a 4-2 mark. "It's a conversation we've had with team management", he told reporters in Brisbane on Tuesday.

There's been no word yet on any further disciplinary action from FIBA, but there's a possibility that punishment such as sanctions and/or fines could be coming down.

Scheduled post-match press conferences for both teams were cancelled in the aftermath of the incident.

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