Brillantes del Zulia continues to work to win the Professional Basketball Super League, for which it announced the hiring of Spanish Edgar Vicedo for the remainder of the season.
The announcement was made by the team through a statement in which they welcomed this figure who has been part of the Spain team.
Vicedo comes from playing in the Endesa League with Monbus Obradolio de La Coruña, a competition in which he averaged 5.8 points, 2.7 rebounds and 0.5 steals per game.
"The man from Madrid is 28 years old and has a great game as a forward in which his triple shots fall easily to the opposite ring, taking advantage of his great height," says the club.
Vicedo began his professional career in 2013 in the LEB Oro with Penas Huesca and later played with Movistar Estudiantes de Madrid de Málaga and Fuenlabrada.
The Spaniard will take the place of American Jeremy Hollowell on the roster, who is retiring from the purple ranks for this campaign.
Brillantes de Carabobo will face off in the quarterfinals against Guaros de Lara, a team they hope to beat to advance to the semifinals.