PBA: SMB hoping for the best as Terrence dislocates finger

Paul Lintag on Jul 10, 2019 10:34 PM
PBA: SMB hoping for the best as Terrence dislocates finger
Terrence scored 13 points and added four assists in 17 and a half minutes of play.

San Miguel had another big win Wednesday to continue its push toward the 2019 PBA Commissioner’s Cup playoffs but the Beermen still had some problems to deal with after the game.

Guard Terrence Romeo, only in his second game back this conference, left the Phoenix game early with what appeared to be a finger injury.

Terrence scored 13 points and added four assists in 17 and a half minutes of play.

“Terrence dislocated his pinkie, but he was able to put it back,” head coach Leo Austria said of his point guard.

“I think he will be okay, I hope di mamaga yung left pinkie niya,” he added.

Hopefully, Romeo’s injury is just minor and won’t cost him any missed games.

Since he came back, together with the arrival of new import Chris McCullough, the Beermen have been rolling.

San Miguel has won back-to-back games for a 4-5 record and the Beermen are officially back in playoff contention.

“I'm happy to see him again dahil alam natin kung anong value niya sa team namin, medyo lumalim 'yung rotation namin sa guards position,” Austria said of Romeo.

“If he will be healthy, I think we could achieve our goal at least dun sa number six or number five. Right now, it is possible,” he added.

 

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