San Miguel almost completed a Grand Slam run back in 2017. Two years later, the Beermen once again have the opportunity to do accomplish the Triple Crown with Terrence Romeo being tagged as the X-factor.
During his first six years in the pro-league, people accused Terrence Romeo of being a ball-hog – ‘bwakaw’, in streetball term.
San Miguel is looking for a "second time charm" as the Beermen once again set their eyes on winning the Grand Slam, a feat they failed to complete back in 2017.
Junemar Fajardo got used to winning MVP and championship already, which is why he tried this new gig for a change.
TNT import Terrence Jones condemned the racist slur of San Miguel's Arwind Santos which happened late in the first half of San Miguel’s 99-94 Game 5 win in the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals Wednesday night.
San Miguel slot man and five-time MVP June Mar Fajardo was in his usual deadly form in Game 4 of their Finals series against the TNT Katropa.
Alex Cabagnot deflected being tagged the barometer for San Miguel's success in the 2019 PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals after his solid showing in the crucial Game 4 that allowed the Beermen to level the series to two games apiece.
San Miguel bruiser Kelly Nabong isn't impressed with Terrence Jones's antics, saying that the former NBA player "flops all the time."