Not just being on the team, we'll also talk about the foreseen possibilities of Terrence being the 'main' guard of the Gin Kings or in other words, replacing Tenyente L.A Tenorio. Quite interesting? Let us go check it out.
To start, let us have a quick comparison with these two great guards we have in the league. They are both point guards of course but in terms of scoring l, Romeo has the obvious advantage. Romeo seldom scores single digit every game while L.A, on the other hand, is much more focused on team play direction. Hence, he tends to pass more for his teammates.
So, what might happen if a more offensive point guard will take over Barangay Ginebra?
The totality of their offensive force will be affected of course especially ball rotation. Ginebra focuses on team play to generate baskets but not that much anymore if Terrence will be part of their team. Yet their production will not be solely affected.
Or is that really?
We all know how Terrence scores. Most of the time all by himself but is it really him? Or its just because of the team he is in?
It may be both. Because of him being in a 'less productive' team, he tends to be with the leather more than anyone else. Thus, the team carved him that way, a point guard who'll try to score individually to suffice his team's inefficiency.
Will this change if he's in Ginebra?
Somehow. It's not as though Ginebra is a less productive team. Ginebra is a team that can and had win championships. Hence, they have key players that can let the team win even before Romeo became part of the roster. As a result, Romeo being in the team, maybe a veteran but still he is a newbie as a kabarangay so maybe he won't bring his individualistic offense on the go.
If this happens, he'll be a perfect addition to the team, he may not score that much all the time but still, he has the intensity to double up his performance whenever the team needs.
Romeo can cut through defense, make extra passes and score outside or basically a perfect package of a great guard for any team.