PBA: Romeo misses game vs Phoenix due to flu-like symptoms
Philip Matel on Aug 31, 2018 08:14 PM
TNT could have used the steady scoring hands of Terrence Romeo, but he said he had been feeling under the weather and had missed practice for the past three days.
Guard Terrence Romeo sat out the TNT KaTropa's match against the hot Phoenix Fuel Masters due to flu-like symptoms, which he had been suffering for the past few days.
TNT could have used the steady scoring hands of the reigning three-time scoring champ, but he said he had been feeling under the weather and had missed practice for the past three days.
The KaTropa lost miserably and was spanked by Phoenix, 113-83, as the flagship franchise lost their third straight game and fall down to a 1-4 record.
It is also the worst two-game stretch for the team, as they lost back-to-back games with an average margin of 29.5 points.
When asked about his condition, he explained it bluntly.
"Nanlalambot pa rin ako eh," he said.
His is still unknown for TNT's next game on Sunday against the Columbian Dyip.
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