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Ross displeased after Miranda says groin kick ‘part of game’

08:38 PM January 24, 2018

Chris Ross vs Michael Miranda. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net 

San Miguel Beer guard Chris Ross was left confused over Michael Miranda’s comments about the NLEX big man’s actions that led to a hefty fine and a one-game suspension.

Miranda was fined P20,000 and will miss the Road Warriors’ next game against the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters on Friday after kicking Ross in the groin last Friday.

In an interview with Spin.ph, Miranda didn’t seem apologetic when he spoke with the media after being summoned by PBA officer-in-charge Willie Marcial at the PBA Office on Tuesday. Miranda justified his kick, saying that the move is just “part of the game.”

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READ: PBA suspends Camson, Almazan, Miranda

Miranda’s unapologetic demeanor didn’t sit well with Ross, who expressed his displeasure on Twitter.

“Part of basketball!?!? Never was taught that part! Could possibly ruin someone’s future by kicking in that area. It’s ok I accept your apology and send prayers your way!” Ross, a five-time champion, wrote.

Ross was slapped with a technical foul during the incident before getting ejected later in the game after engaging in a verbal altercation with NLEX head coach Yeng Guiao.

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