Adeogun banned one game for disrespecting officials, PCBL yet to rule on Nigerian's hit on Ferrer
Ola Adeogun is set to miss the second game of the semifinals and could face heavier sanctions for his role in the endgame commotion in the series opener. 

EURO-MED import Ola Adeogun and head coach Yong Garcia have been both banned for one game after an ugly PCBL semifinal game that left Mighty Sports player Kevin Ferrer with a bloody nose.

[See Kevin Ferrer left with bloodied nose after 'hit' from Adeogun in post-game commotion]

The one-game ban on Adeogun was issued for disrespecting game officials, his second offense this conference.

However, PCBL Commissioner Joel Banal has yet to decide on the endgame contact between Adeogun and Ferrer.

Adeogun has admitted to hitting Ferrer during the traditional handshakes, leaving the former UST star with a bloody nose.

[See Ola Adeogun admits hitting Kevin Ferrer, but claims he was provoked: 'He called me a moron']

“The incident between Adeogun and Ferrer is still under deliberation because it’s after the game,” Banal said.

Mighty Sports downed Euro-Med in the series opener, 99-84, despite missing the services of Kiefer Ravena, who is training in the US.

The two teams clash anew at 5 p.m.

[See PCBL Commissioner Joel Banal explains on-court exchange with Adeogun]

Garcia was ejected in Game One after being assessed two consecutive technical fouls.

Adeogun and Garcia were also fined P2,000 each.

Follow the writer on Twitter: @reubensports