Despite having no chance of advancing to the Super Round, Taurinos de Aragua came from behind to beat Indios de Caracas 68-67 this Thursday and improved their record to 4-10.
The people from the capital missed an advantage they got in the first quarter, with a resounding 12-26, and the Aragüeños did not miss the opportunity to add. They stayed with the second quarter (24/14) and went to rest down only by four 36-40.
At the beginning of the second half, Taurinos took advantage and came to dominate the cross for the first time with a 56-54 run.
Already in the final section, those of "Che" García came out with everything to seal the match and stayed with the private series.
Michael Flores and Rafael Guevara led Taurinos with 18 and 17 points, respectively. While for Indios Yhoyfer González stood out with 19 cards.
Indians did advance
The setback was not so smooth, as the capital city had already secured their qualification to the Super Round before jumping to the court.
Cangrejeros de Monagas fell to Globetrotters and mathematically classified them alongside Centaurs.