UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas coach Aldin Ayo let his tweet do the talking on the heels of his side's 78-71 defeat to Adamson on Wednesday.
The usually-outspoken mentor respectfully declined speaking to reporters but instead, took it to social media to argue an obvious non-call which, to him, gravely affected the outcome of the game.
Ayo posted a screenshot of the play with Brent Paraiso set to inbound the ball to Renzo Subido with 1:24 left in the game.
UST was holding on to a tight 71-67 lead at this point, but Subido was unable to get the ball with Jerom Lastimosa obviously holding on to the senior guard's right arm.
Jerom Lastimosa, according to the screenshot, was the suspect of a foul that was not called late in the game.
Fearing a five-second inbound violation, Paraiso was forced to pass the ball, one which was easily stolen by Lastimosa and led to Valandre Chauca nailing a trey to cut the lead down to one, 71-70 with 1:19 on the clock.
The call was not whistled by the referees, one which Ayo heavily lamented on.
That was part of Adamson's 16-0 blast that allowed it to overturn a 71-62 deficit to a seven-point win.