Just as any effective duo, the key to Terrence Romeo and Stanley Pringle’s good working relationship is constant communication.
“We are learning, we are improving, and me and Stan are always talking,” Romeo said in Filipino. “When Ginebra made runs and Stan was at the bench, coach Pido [Jarencio] told me to take over first, then when Stan came in and the defense was focusing on me I told him ‘Stan you take over.’”
Romeo finished with 25 points and eight boards while Pringle had 23 points, five boards, and five assists.
Pringle put their in-game partnership simply as “good.”
“He played good, he stepped up, me and T we’re talking every time,” Pringle said.
Romeo the ever-respectful young star not only gave credit to his backcourt partner but to his other teammates as well whom he all said were his “big brothers.”
“Credit to all of my teammates, they are the reason why Stan and me can score,” Romeo said. “Kuya Billy [Mamaril], Kuya Doug [Kramer], Kuya Rico [Maierhofer], the wing guys, they make our lives easier.”