SMB’s Terrence Romeo out for two more games, to miss clash vs former team TNT
San Miguel’s new found weapon Terrence Romeo could miss two or more games after sustaining an ankle sprain in his Beermen debut last Wednesday against Columbian Dyip.
This was according to SMB coach Leo Austria, who added that they are not in a hurry to bring Romeo back in action.
Romeo missed Sunday’s match against Ginebra in the PBA Philippine Cup after rolling his ankle while stepping on the foot of Columbian’s Rashawn McCarthy.
“We don’t know yet because we don’t want to aggravate his injury dahil I think he will miss two more games siguro,” Austria said.
Should he sit out for two more games, Romeo, incidentally, could miss San Miguel’s game against his former team TNT KaTropa next Sunday.
Romeo was traded from TNT to San Miguel during the offseason in exchange of David Semerad, Brian Heruela, and two draft picks.
Reports indicated that TNT traded the controversial guard after KaTropa players allegedly petitioned for Romeo’s removal from the team.
So far though, Romeo has played limited action scoring a measley seven points in 12 minutes before hurting his ankle during the Columbian game.