The enigmatic San Miguel Beermen guard Terrence Romeo signed a fresh three-year contract with SMB.
The three-time scoring champion is feeling grateful for his new contract. Terrence felt that his six-year stint in the PBA is like a roller coaster ride but now his future with the legendary franchise looks to be stable.
“Masasabi ko na yung 6 years ko na pag lalaro sa PBA ay parang roller coaster. Masaya, malungkot, mahirap, at frustrating. Naramdaman ko na yata lahat. Nakaka lungkot lang akala ko maaga ko mag reretire narinig ko na ata lahat ng masasama at masasakit na pede masabi sakin,” said Romeo.
He is also thanful for the San Miguel Basketball management for helping him revive his career.
“Gusto ko din magpa Salamat sa mga taong nagtiwala sakin at binigyan ako ng panibagong chance. kay Boss RSA; boss thank you so much po ng sobra sa pag buhay ng career ko, utang ko po sainyo lahat to ganun din kay Boss Al francis, maraming salamat po sa mga advices at sa pag ga guide sakin always. Promise boss mas pagbubutihan ko pa. Boss Robert thank you po sa mahabang patience.”
Romeo silenced his critics when he finally stamped his name in the PBA after he won the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals Most Valuable Player and helping San Miguel to collect the second jewel of the 44th PBA season.
They’re one title away to complete a rare grand slam and will be second for the franchise. That bid was even solidified after Romeo arrived in Beermen camp.
TR7 was sent to SMB via a trade with their rival TNT KaTropa in December 2018.
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