Kasunod ng mga hinaing ng PBA fans, Marcial, nagbigay linaw

Kasunod ng paglabas ng hinaing ng mga PBA Fans, nagbigay linaw si PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial sa pagpapalabas ng 2021 PBA Philippine Cup.

"In the past couple of months, we've been talking to boss Ricky Palou regarding volleyball. He was asking about our protocols and practices from our PBA 'bubble' and we've been doing our best to help them," ani Marcial sa fans, na tumutukoy sa head honcho ng Premier Volleyball League (PVL) organizer SportsVision.

"Even before the PBA 'bubble' in Clark, one of our goals was to help out other sports as well," dagdag ni Marcial.

"(CignalTV) Vice President (for Channels and Content) Sienna Olaso asked me if the PBA will be okay with giving up our (One Sports) time slot for (that) Saturday for volleyball. I said yes immediately because the PBA wants to help other sports," paliwanag ni Marcial. "I apologize for the confusion. There was a miscommunication with my team."

Ang mga fans ng basketball at volleyball ay magkasunod na naglabas ng hinaing matapos ang pag-tune in sa One Sports at hindi makuha ang inaasahan nilang mapapanood.

Upang maiwasan ang karagdagang mga hinaing, katanungan at pagkalito, inihayag ng PBA ang pinal na iskedyul ng pagpapalabas nito.

Sa Miyerkules at Biyernes, ang unang laro ay live sa One Sports. Ang pangalawa at pangatlong laro ay mapapanood sa TV5 pati na rin ang livestream sa page ng Smart Sports Facebook.

Sa Linggo, ang unang dalawang laro ay sa TV5, habang ang Facebook page ng Smart Sports ay mapapanood din sa pamamagitan ng livestream.

Ang bawat bakbakan sa liga ay maaari ding matagpuan sa PBA Rush at gigafest.smart. Ang Facebook page ng PusoPilipinas ay ila-livestream ang pangalawang laro tuwing Miyerkules at Sabado din.

"Our agreement with TV5 is that every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, they will be airing two games. TV5 is doing everything they can to make the PBA available to fans because we know how much they miss basketball and other sports as well," paglalahad ni Marcial.

Sa darating na Tokyo Olympics, siniguro rin ni Marcial na gagawin ng liga ang makakaya upang suportahan ang mga umaasa sa medalya ng Pilipinas.

"We also talked to TV5 and agreed that when we have a Filipino athlete competing for the gold, the PBA is willing to give up our time slot for Filipinos to watch our countrymen," he exclaimed. "(Winning gold) has never happened for us before and we're hopeful the Philippines can finally get our first Olympic gold."

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