Guiao calls Alaska import Walker a 'menace'


Posted at Jun 27 2014 09:39 PM | Updated as of Jun 28 2014 05:39 AM

MANILA – Rain or Shine coach Yeng Guiao has labelled Alaska’s Henry Walker a bully after the import figured in a clash with Elasto Painters’ Paul Lee in Game 4 of their PBA Governors’ Cup semifinals on Thursday.

Walker, a former NBA player, planted an elbow to Lee’s nape while fighting through a screen midway the fourth quarter.

The hit sent the Rain or Shine player to the floor.

Walker was later assessed a Flagrant Foul No. 2 for his actions and ejected from the game.

“He’s a menace to the league. He’s a bully,” said Guiao in the PBA website.

The PBA later slapped Walker with a P30,000 fine but allowed the import to participate in Game 5 between Alaska and Rain or Shine on Saturday.

Walker himself complained about Rain or Shine’s rugged game during the early part of their best-of-5 series.

“That’s just blatant dirty plays, but then I do something and I’m gonna get a tech (technical foul) or something, I mean, that’s the second game in a row I get punched,” Walker said in a previous interview with’s Richard Dy.