Hardcourt heartthrobs Jeric and Jeron Teng are two of the most promising athletes of today. Not only have they become legends in their school, but they’ve also made a name for themselves in the national basketball scene. Though always in the limelight, there are still a few things not known to many. In their interview with Kuya Germs and Aster Amoyo in Walang Tulugan, the brothers shared a few personal information about their relationship. 1. They didn’t live together nights before the championship Last year, Jeric and Jeron’s teams fought neck and neck for the UAAP men’s basketball championship. It became extra dramatic as they were the star players for UST and DLSU, respectively, and it was Jeric’s last year in college. Led by Jeron, the DLSU Green Archers brought home the trophy. Before that day, however, they didn’t have to deal with the awkwardness of living under one roof. “Nung naglaban kami, magkahiwalay kami. Hindi kami nakatira sa isang bahay,” Jeric revealed. The next day proved to be difficult for him because he was sad for his team and proud of his brother. “Syempre malungkot ako na natalo kami pero at the same time, I was happy for Jeron kasi nakita ko kung gaano siya nagtrabaho to reach the finals tapos nanalo sila so I’m happy for him,” Jeric added. 2. Jeric wants Jeron to join his PBA team The former UST Growling Tiger now plays pro ball in the PBA with Rain or Shine. Moving forward, one of his wishes is to be able to play in the same team as his brother Jeron. “[Sana maging magka-team kami]. 'Yun nga gusto ko kasi para mas madali na for us and for my family… So kung gusto niya, sumali siya sa Rain or Shine,” Jeric said, smiling. 3. They didn’t decide on the universities they will study in Kuya Germs assumed that it would have been a lot easier for the two brothers and the rest of their family if they attended the same university. That way, they’d only have to cheer for one team. However, Jeric said that they weren’t in charge of selecting their school. “Yung tradition po namin, may pinupuntahan kaming Chinese temple tapos nagtatanong kami [kung] ano ang best school… Sa akin,it came out na UST tapos sa kanya La Salle,” he disclosed.