APPROVED: Beermen get Terrence Romeo, Paul Zamar, and Ronald Tubid in separate deals
Paul Lintag on Dec 19, 2018 02:54 PM
Terrence Romeo to San Miguel is a done deal.
The PBA has approved a number of trades over the past couple of days, marking a new era for the league that starts on January 13, 2019 when the 44th season opens.
The biggest trade approved is Terrence Romeo to San Miguel for David Semerad and Brian Heruela.
The KaTropa also receive the Beermen's first round pick in 2021 as part of the package.
San Miguel's separate trades with Columbian and Blackwater are also approved with the Beermen sending Keith Agovida to the Dyip for Ronald Tubid and taking Paul Zamar from the Elite for two second round picks in 2021 and 2022.
One major trade that hasn't been approved yet is the three-team deal featuring TNT, Meralco, and Blackwater.
In the proposed transaction, TNT lands Baser Amer while Meralco will have Bobby Ray Parks. The Elite then receive Heruela and Jericho Cruz.
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