Will President Duterte Step in to Solve the PBA Issues?

It's possible according to Blackwater's owner

But is it needed, maybe not?

One of the owners of the PBA team may already be calling the government to get help especially after the recent predicament that the PBA is in right now.

The PBA Board of Governors are now split and the commissioner is in the middle of it. 

Last Thursday, 7 of the 12 teams in the PBA has put out a press release and said that they are no longer supporting Chito Narvasa as the commissioner and will no longer extend his term. The 7 teams are Talk n Text, Meralco, NLEX, Alaska, Rain or Shine, Blackwater, and Phoenix.

A few hours after, the other half of the PBA board which consists of SMB, Ginebra, Star, Kia and Global Port has called a press release and has countered the previous statement and has clearly stated that they want Chito Narvasa to stay and what was done by the 7 PBA board was whimsical and was just out of procedure.

Today, we have read on the news that Blackwater may already be calling for intervention from the government and from the president himself and his advisor Bong Go who have been seen watching PBA live for a number of times.

There are reports that the PBA board will reconvene in the US where they aim to talk about plans for the next season but then again it would be the most awkward executive meeting especially if they don't sort down the issue and agree on one thing before the date.

PBA, don't wait for  General Bato to step in : )

We hope this will be resolved the soonest possible time.

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