After a two week break from action, Miranda and her team traveled to Istanbul to take on AsIstanbul on the road yesterday.
Despite the two weeks off, Orduspor did not show any signs of rust as they came out of the gate strong, building a 10 point lead going into the half.
They continued to pull away in the second, ultimately defeating the hosts by 27 points with a final score of 88-61.
Miranda played 26 minutes in the match, scoring 19 points while shooting 50% (7-14) from the floor and 83% (5-6) from the line. Mir also pulled down 4 rebounds and had 2 steals.
Next up, Orduspor (3-0) will host Nevsehir University (1-2) next Sunday from home.