IT’S Labor Day and San Miguel star guard Terrence Romeo is hard at work.
The flamboyant guard arrived at the Araneta Coliseum, at 3 p.m., or four hours before tip-off in his first-ever appearance in a PBA Finals.
“Palagi akong maaga talaga kapag first game kami [sa schedule],” Romeo told SPIN.ph. “Eh lalo na ngayon Game One. [ng Philippine Cup Finals].”
He proceeded to polish his shooting with San Miguel assistant coach Boyzie Zamar and two other SMB staffers, sweating it out for 30 minutes.
The former FEU star practiced with the lights still dim inside the Big Dome, but that didn't stop him from making shot afte shot.
“Wala naman, pakundisyon lang muna [before the game] kaya nagsu-shooting ako,” he added.