Ravena, Quinahan lead balanced scoring to go 2-0 in the Philippine Cup.
25 Turnovers Hurt GlobalPort
59 Points from NLEX’s Bench
Both are proven scorers in their collegiate careers. Who will prevail on their Christmas clash?
So who will win tomorrow?
Prediction: The GlobalPort Batang Pier will win
Not just being on the team, we’ll also talk about the foreseen possibilities of Terrence being the ‘main’ guard of the Gin Kings or in other words, replacing Tenyente L.A Tenorio. Quite interesting? Let us go check it out.
Will this change if he’s in Ginebra?
Terrence Romeo is the Scoring King once again!
First of all, gusto ko po mag pasalamat kay God dahil sa binigay niyang talent at strength para makuha ko ulit ang award na to. This is my 3rd scoring champ award at hindi po madali makuha ito. It has only been my 4th year in the PBA. Mahirap po ito pero sa awa at tulong ng panginoon, nagawa ko maging consistent sa loob ng nine conferences. Hindi ko po ito sinasabi para ipag yabang, kundi para maka-inspire ng mga kabataan na nangangarap maging PBA player someday. Lahat possible basta willing kang mag mag sacrifice, mag focus at mag work hard para sa pangarap mo.😊maraming salamat sa PBA press corps dahil sainyo napaparangalan yung talent ng ibang PBA player. Higit sa lahat gusto kong mag pasalamat sa family ko for supporting me and for always pushing me to give my best. And of course sa mga fans sa patuloy niyong pag suporta sakin para po sainyong lahat to. Godbless you all! #godisgoodallthetime #3straightseasonscoringchamp #workharddreambig #wearepba🏀
The Batang Pier opt to leave out Cardona et al
- Mac Cardona
- Mike Cortez
- Billy Mamaril
- Paolo Hubalde
- Mac Baracael
- Rico Maierhofer
Terrence Romeo is the Scoring Champion
In Case You Missed It: Terrence Romeo had a Peak World Tour
Who can ever forget Terrence Romeo making a 7-footer Chinese dance and then shoot over such a huge beast from the outside. His 22-point performance in one quarter against the South Koreans and every single amazing plays Romeo has dished out that made a throng of Filipinos inside the arena and the millions in front of their TV screens be proud to say that they are Filipinos.
Who shall step up?
Terrence Romeo Will Not Play Against Japan
Young Blood Ravena and Alas Could Replace Terrence, Are they enough?
Will Terrence Romeo play for Gilas?
Terrence Romeo Trade or not?
Just imagine if the Bolts have Terrence Romeo against Ginebra during the Governors’ Cup Finals
- 2015 PBA Most Improved Player
- 3 times PBA All-Star
- 2-time PBA All-Star Game MVP
- 2-time PBA All-Star 3-Point Shootout Champion
- Member of the 2016 PBA First Mythical Team
- Member of the 2015 PBA Second Mythical Team
- Member of the 2014 PBA All-Rookie Team
- 3-time PBA Scoring Champion
2 for 1 Trade: It would have worked both ways
What if Terrence Romeo and LA Tenorio Switch Places?
Ginebra Needs Youth in the Guard Spot
Prime, Young and Ready Romeo
becoming a great leader and a more focused player.
What’s in it for Global Port?
A champion, an MVP and a real motivator that Terrence Romeo is not, at least not yet. This attributes take time to develop and with experience with different teams, he will bring in a culture of winning to a team that badly needs one.
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
Terrence Romeo is looking for a new adventure under a new team
On the Flipside
Where do you want Terrence Romeo to go?
Meralco and Global Port could be cooking up a trade or are they really?
2 for 1 as Chris Newsome and Baser Amer could be shipped to Global Port for Superstar Terrence Romeo
Disclosure: This is a rumor and may not be true
When there is smoke, there is fire
Is this a one-sided trade?
Terrence Romeo a star that needs proper guidance
Terrence Romeo scored 13 points in a must-win game against Blackwater but he could have done more if only he kept his cool and his mind focused on what is at stake.
Terrence Romeo was red hot in the second quarter
Where would @OfficialSBPinc be without @tbvromeo in the 1st half? 🤔 22 points (6/9 3pt) 🔥#FIBAAsiaCup2017 pic.twitter.com/fCnkRtaDz8
— FIBA (@FIBA) August 16, 2017
From 1/7 FG to Team Leading Scorer, Terrence Romeo scored 17 points
Terrence Romeo has a scoring mentality
Terrence Romeo Steals and Reversed the shot
Terrence Romeo Bang!
Phoenix fell short against Global Port
Global Port had enough buffer to retain the lead and get their first win in the 2017 PBA Governors Cup.
Phoenix rallied and scored 32 points against only 18 of Global Port. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to extirpate the Batang Pier who piled up enough buffer to get away with the win.
Phoenix is now 2 wins and 1 loss while Global Port captured their first win and is now 1-1.
RAIN OR SHINE 98 – Weatherspoon 25, Ahanmisi 17, Almazan 15, Tiu 10, Chan 9, Washington 8, Cruz 4, Norwood 4, Ponferada 3, Yap 2, Belga 1.
GLOBALPORT 96 – Romeo 28, Pringle 21, Anthony 12, Guinto 12, Arana 3, Mamaril 3, Trawick 3, Mamaril 2, Ababou 2, Van Opstal 0, Grey 0, Maierhofer 0.
Quarters: 24-17, 50-39, 71-70, 98-96.