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    SMB trades for Terrence Romeo, Tubid, Zamar get PBA approval

    Dec 19, 2018

    THE PBA Commissioner's Office on Wednesday approved three trades that enabled San Miguel to re-stock its roster with enigmatic star Terrence Romeo, vastly improved guard Paul Zamar and the returning Ronald Tubid.

    After a messy falling-out with TNT KaTropa, Romeo was sent to San Miguel in exchange for bench players Brian Heruela and David Semerad as well as the Beermen's first-round pick in the 2021 PBA draft.

    Zamar, who had a big breakout season at Blackwater after bouncing around smaller leagues the past few years, also got clearance to join the Beermen and dad Boycie in exchange for SMB's second-round picks in 2021 and 2022.

    Lastly, Tubid returns to San Miguel as he swapped places with seldom-used swingman Keith Agovida in a straight-up trade with Columbian.

    All three trades were approved, as is, by the four-man PBA trade committee.

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