Terrence Romeo goes up for a shot in Game 3 of the PBA Commissioner's Cup Finals.
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Finals MVP Romeo learns unselfish play with San Miguel
Luisa Morales (Philstar.com) - August 17, 2019 - 12:04pm

MANILA, Philippines — Joining San Miguel gave Terrence Romeo two consecutive championships and a Finals MVP plum.

But perhaps more importantly, the Beermen gave him a chance to change perspectives.

"Para sa akin, 'pag iniisip mo na kung paano kayo mananalo mas nakakalimutan mo na kailangan ikaw lagi yung bida," Romeo said after their Game Six win over the TNT KaTropa.

"May mga games na four attempts lang ako, two attempts lang ako pero panalo kami... 'Di na mahalaga kung sino yung marami yung points," he added.

Romeo played an off-the-bench role for the championship-calibre squad but still came out big with an average of 14.8 points, 4.3 assits and 2.3 rebouds in the Finals.

He attributes this kind of performance to the San Miguel culture he has slowly integrated himself in.

"Yun yung para sa akin na-adapt ko sa SMB. Yung culture nila na laging panalo is unang una kailangan mo ma-adapt na maging unselfish ka," Romeo said.

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