It wasn’t much of a contest from the early stages of the game and although the two clubs stood at nine apiece midway through the first quarter, Liepaja/Triobet then hurried off to a quick double-digit lead.
The sides were already separated by 13 points at halftime and it just got worse later on, as the Latvians soon pushed their lead to game-high 25 points. While Tarvas did trim the deficit down, it was all said and done, the final score had blow-out written all over it.
Toms Leimanis was solid with 14 points for Liepaja/Triobet, while Janis Antrops added 13 to the total. Arnolds Helmanis and Anthony Holliday chipped in with 10 and 9 points respectively.
Reinis Strupovics was the top-scorer for his team with 14 points, while Maksim Kovacevic was the only other significant performer on the offensive end, as he had 11 points.