San Miguel’s Romeo: Mr. Quality Minutes

Terrence Romeo fits to a “T” his role at San Miguel Beer.

TERRENCE ROMEO fits perfectly into his new role at San Miguel Beer right in his first season with the Beermen and churned in a performance that merited a special citation in the 2019 Philippine Basketball Association Press Corps (PBAPC) Awards Night on Monday at the Novotel Manila at the Araneta City in Cubao.

The fancy guard will be feted as Mr. Quality Minutes by sportswriters regularly covering the PBA beat for providing the scoring punch off the bench for the Beermen.

The task is in stark contrast to Romeo’s role as a starter for his previous teams NorthPort and TnT Katropa.

But the three-time scoring champion embraced the job with open arms and was an instrumental in helping the Beermen win the Philippine Cup and Commissioner’s Cup. He was the Finals MVP in the mid-season conference.

CJ Perez of Columbian Dyip, meanwhile, leads All-Rookie Team, while the classic do-or-die encounter between NorthPort and NLEX in the Governors Cup quarterfinals was picked the Game of the Season in the affair presented by Cignal TV.

Joining the 2019 Rookie of the Year Perez are NorthPort’s Robert Bolick, Rain or Shine’s Javee Mocon, TnT Katropa’s Bobby Ray Parks and Alaska’s Abu Tratter.

The Columbian Dyip guard will also hoist the Scoring Champion trophy.

The Batang Pier-Road Warriors quarterfinals match on November 27, 2019, was hailed as the best game of the previous season.

The match went into triple overtime with No. 8 NorthPort stunning top-seeded NLEX.

It was one of the most-watched games last year, registering a high 1.5 million online views that was only surpassed by the 3.5 million views garnered by Game Two of the Governors Cup finals between Barangay Ginebra and Meralco also in the previous season.


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