Terrence Romeo achieved the sweetest of victories, Friday evening.
Exactly 240 days since the TNT KaTropa traded him to the San Miguel Beermen, Romeo received his biggest individual honor in his six-year career.
After winning his second career championship at the expense of his former team, the flamboyant guard was crowned as the 2019 PBA Press Corps-Honda Finals Most Valuable Player.
The three-time scoring champion – who stepped up for the injured Marcio Lassiter – showed maturity in his game all throughout the series. He averaged 14.83 points, 4.3 assists, and 2.3 rebounds per game.
His best outing came in San Miguel’s Game Four triumph, where he dropped 29 points.
Now, finally, Romeo can say he has formally closed one chapter in his book.