Starting the match with Heurtel, Cedi, Diebler, Brown and Dunston, Anadolu Efes was trailing 0-8 at 3.30 when coach Ivkovic called a timeout. Getting our first field goal with Dunston, Efes had a one point by Brown from the foul line, down 3-10 past the fifth minute. Behind 7-12 following Dunston and Tyus’s points in the paint in the seventh minute, Efes was trailing 7-17 past the eighth minute following the opponent’s scoring. Getting two field goals each by Tyus and Granger in the final two minutes of the quarter, Anadolu Efes was trailing 11-19 at the end of the first 10 minutes. With the score 11-26 in the first two minutes of the second quarter, Efes brought the lead down to 10 points at 13.20 with five points by Granger: 16-26. As Granger got another field goal after Furkan’s layup, the score was 20-28 in the 15th minute. Forcing the opponent to turnovers and early shots, Efes earned points with Brown and Dunston, forcing the opponent to call a timeout in the 16th minute: 24-30. Getting seven points by Furkan after the timeout, Efes was trailing 31-38 with 1.30 minutes left to play in the half. Scoring with Heurtel in the remaining duration, Anadolu Efes was trailing at the halftime 36-38.
Hitting our first field goal in the second half at 22.30, Heurtel made it 38-40. Trailing 43-51 at 25.30 following five points by Brown including a three pointer, Efes was behind by 11 at the TV timeout in the 26th minute following the opponent’s field goal: 43-54. Behind 49-62 into the final minute of the quarter following Granger and Cedi’s three point field goals, Efes had one point by Dunston and three points by Cedi in the remaining one minute, trailing by nine points while heading into the final quarter: 53-62. Starting the final quarter with Granger’s layup, Anadolu Efes cut the lead to seven points with our first possession: 55-62. As Heurtel hit one of his free throws from the foul line to make it 56-62 at 31.30, captain Doğuş was subbed in. Behind 58-65 at 33.30 following Dunston’s field goal from the paint, Efes responded to the opponent’s three pointer with Heurtel’s own: 61-68. Trailing 67-74 with 3.30 minutes left in the match with Brown and Heurtel’s three pointers, Efes got another three pointer by Granger, cutting the lead down to six points in the 37th minute: 70-76. With the score 73-79 with two minutes left to play after Cedi’s three pointer, it was 77-83 with four points by Dunston into the last 42 seconds of the game. Scoring one point with Granger in the remaining duration, Anadolu Efes left the court defeated 78-85.