Singapore Slingers accused of game-fixing in match against Philippines

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singapore slingers accused of game fixing in match against philippines

The Games and Amusements Board (GAB) has initiated a parallel investigation into the alleged game-fixing scandal involving the Singapore Slingers during their game against the Philippine national team. The Slingers are accused of deliberately losing the match to help the Philippines secure a spot in the next round of the qualifiers.

The GAB has vowed to work closely with the Basketball Association of Singapore (BAS) to conduct a thorough investigation into the matter, which could have serious repercussions for the sport. If found guilty, the Slingers could face hefty fines and even suspension from the league.

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The scandal has sparked concerns about the credibility of basketball and the urgent need for stronger measures to prevent game-fixing. Fans and officials are calling for a meticulous investigation and stern penalties for those found responsible.

The GAB’s decision to launch a parallel investigation shows its commitment to maintaining the integrity of sports and upholding fair play. As the investigation progresses, basketball fans around the world will be watching closely to see how the situation unfolds.

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