Diablos de Miranda made the offensive adjustments and beat the Brillantes de Maracaibo 74-68 on Wednesday.
In the first quarter there was an even match, in which both Miranda and Maracaibo did not find the best rhythm of the game, however Morris Sierralta's offense was the difference for the Devils team to close the set with 12-10 lead.
At the beginning of the second quarter, a match began to be seen where Miranda's men managed the times better, in addition the attack to the rim was more fluid and the performance of their defense helped them to go to rest with a 33-25 victory.
In the return to the actions, Brillante found developing his best game, however Jesús “Zancudo” Centeno, Tulio Cobo and the always-performing Jhon Romero responded to enter the final quarter with a 51-46 advantage on the board.
In the final quarter, both teams offered the best of their repertoire, Captain Tulio Cobo took the lead at the right moment and scored up to ten points to lead the victory of the Diablos against Brillantes 74-68.
The best for Miranda were Morris Sierralta with 22 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, Tulio Cobos 15 points, 10 rebounds and Jhon Romero with 11 points and 7 rebounds.
Regarding Brillantes, Neil Ojeda stood out 21 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, Héctor Ortega 14 points 8 rebounds and Melvin Zambrano who finished with 15 points, 3 rebounds