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Terrence Romeo and Calvin Abueva NBA bound?
CHANGSHA - Scouts at the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship are eyeing the two Gilas Pilipinas rising stars for potential careers in the NBA.

Of the 30 teams in the NBA, 9 sent official talent scouts to the FIBA Asia Championship tournament held in Changsha in China. Among these are the Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat -- all of which are interested in both Terrence Romeo and Calvin Abueva.


Romeo, a Far Eastern University alumnus, is currently signed in the Philippine Basketball Association team GlobalPort Batang Pier. While Abueva, a Sebastino, is currently signed to the Alaska Aces.

Out of all the NBA teams interested in the two, the Miami Heat organization is apparently the closest to offering Terrence Romeo a 10-day contract albeit with their NBA D-League affiliate Sioux Falls Skyforce. This is according to multiple sources present in Changsha including the scout himself who refused to be identified on this publication.

Gilas Pilipinas faces the Chinese basketball team tonight at 8:30 PM Manila time for the 2015 FIBA Asia Championship crown and a trip to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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14 comments
  1. What about Jayson Castro who is the best Gilas player?

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    1. Castro is a ballhog with a tunnel vision, and he is already close to being 30 years old.. no team would want that.. they want someone young with a lot of potential, not someone who is old and can't be coach

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    2. you're so disrespectful of Jayson Castro. what he did for Gilas deserves respect. I believe in the potential of Romeo and I admire him as a player. But, for you to bash Castro like that for no reasons just sounds disgusting.

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    3. Are you saying Romeo is not a ballhog?

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    4. how abour prigioni ? a 40year old rookie of NYK ?

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    5. Reply to the 5:59pm reply:
      "..someone who is old and can't be coach"
      They are not scouting for coaches.. Maybe u are referring to Baldwin?

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    6. He meant "can't be coached"

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  2. nice!!! go puso! make noise in NBA!!

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  3. Suportahan nalang natin yung kababayan natin kung tutuo man etuh...wag na tayu mag away2 mga ka tutuy..

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  4. Castro has been scouted before but he refused the offer to play in the nba for some reasons. maybe ayaw nya maging bangko at 50/50 pa ang chance mong makuha ka.Once you accept the offer hindi kna din makakalaro sa PBA.

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  5. good luck to both of them! they are both talented players...

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  6. None of us has the right to bash the players. If you don't have anything good to say, it is better for you to just shut up.

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    1. These are constructive criticisms, my friend. Even the best NBA players are not safe from the critics.

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  7. Either 1 of them deserves to be treated well...

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