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Romeo heads to SMB; Tubid, Zamar too

Terrence Romeo will be donning the San Miguel jersey for next season. PBA Media Group (file photo)

By Ivan Saldajeno

ANTIPOLO--Terrence Romeo, who has been in the trading block in the days leading to the Philippine Basketball Association Draft, is finally heading to one of the league's hottest teams right now.

Romeo will make his way to San Miguel after a trade with TNT was approved by Commissioner Willie Marcial on Wednesday.

In exchange, the KaTropa will receive David Semerad and Brian Heruela as well as the Beermen's 2021 first round pick.

Semerad will now find himself reuniting with twin brother Anthony, who has become a new offensive option for TNT.

SMB was actually busy in making transfers as the team also got Ronald Tubid and Paul Zamar.

Tubid, who was part of the trade package that the Beermen sent to the Columbian Dyip for the number one pick of last year's draft, who turned out to be Chris Standhardinger, will find his way back to the Beermen for Keith Agovida.

On the other hand, Zamar will finally play PBA-wise under the guidance of his dad Boycie as Blackwater received SMB's 2021 and 2022 second round picks in exchange.

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