Terrence Romeo feels that he is still a long way from taking on a lethal shape

Dec 31, 2023

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MANILA, Philippines – After overcoming a knee injury, Terrence Romeo is playing at a higher level and is seeing a positive comeback in his skills. The star guard, who is happy with his development, displayed better form. Romeo was instrumental in helping San Miguel defeat Phoenix Super LPG in a historic Commissioner’s Cup match on Christmas Day. This important victory not only confirmed his personal recovery but also helped his team to victory, formally guaranteeing their place throughout the quarterfinals. Fans of San Miguel are excited to see how much of an influence Terrence Romeo will have on the team’s performance for the rest of the season as he continues to find his footing.

After their 117-96 victory at the SMART Araneta Coliseum, Terrence Romeo, the former three-time scoring champion, expressed his satisfaction with his gradual return to form, saying, “I’m slowly getting back because I can scrimmage again, I can keep up with our scrimmages.” He’s been working hard to get back into rhythm after missing four games with a knee injury. Romeo made his court debut on December 15 against Barangay Ginebra. His tenacious efforts on the court demonstrate his dedication to conquering obstacles and helping his team succeed.

Since going back into action, Terrence Romeo has shown consistent improvement. After a difficult showing against the Kings, the 31-year-old bounced back to score 14 points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field in his first game back against his former team, TNT. Romeo then turned up a fantastic effort on Monday, scoring 22 points, 15 of which came in the last quarter. His outstanding performance was crucial in helping the San Miguel Beermen snap the six-game victory streak held by the Phoenix Super LPG Fuel Masters. Romeo’s capacity to improve shows how important he was in determining the team’s Commissioner’s Cup win.

Romeo stated, “It’s really on my mind to be aggressive,” in reference to his 50-percent shooting, three rebounds, and eight assist performances over the Christmas break. “I actually took those images.

He only scored seven points in the first half, so he continued, “I’m thankful for Coach Jorge’s (Gallent) trust, even though I didn’t get it a bit in the first half, but his trust in me was there so I was able to come back in the second half.”

The two-time champion stated that he is making a deliberate effort to keep up his current level of play after earlier declaring that he no longer plans to miss any more games in order to support an injured team.

“I’m really trying to maintain my condition after my injury. I rested for about three weeks. I take it slowly,” he stated.

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