Starting the match with Heurtel, Cedi, Diebler, Brown and Dunston, Anadolu Efes’s first points were scored by Dunston, ahead 4-0 past the first minute. Responding to the opponent’s field goal with an 11-0 scoring run within the following 2.30 minutes with Cedi, Diebler and Brown, Efes was leading 15-2 in the fourth minute. Getting three points through an and-one with Cedi, Anadolu Efes was ahead 18-6 at the TV timeout in the fifth minute. Scoring with Dunston from the paint and with Heurtel and Cedi from the distance after the timeout, Efes increased the lead to 20 points at 7.30 with Diebler’s three pointer: 27-7. Getting one more field goal by Granger in the final 2.30 minutes of the quarter, Anadolu Efes finished the first 10 minutes ahead 29-13. Ahead 29-21 after an 8-0 scoring run from the home team within the first three minutes of the second quarter, Brown had two points from the foul line as Efes was leading 31-21 in the 13th minute. Ahead 40-29 past the 18th minute with three pointers by Brown, Diebler and Cedi, Anadolu Efes hit another field goal with Brown in the remaining duration, and finished the first half ahead 42-35.
Opening the score sheet in the second half with a slam dunk, Anadolu Efes was leading 44-35 after our first possession. With Doğuş and Saric's points, Efes increased the lead to 10 points in the 22nd minute: 49-39. Reaching 51 points with Cedi, Efes had nine points in a row by Brown, leading 60-44 at 26.30. Continuing to score with Birkan, Cedi and Granger, Anadolu Efes was leading 67-54 at the end of the third quarter. As Cedi scored our first field goal in the final quarter, Heurtel hit the three for a score of 72-58 at 31.30. With Saric’s two accurate free throws followed by two three point field goals by Cedi, Efes was ahead 80-65 past the 35th minute. Leading 87-70 into the last three minutes with Heurtel and Brown’s points, Anadolu Efes maintained the lead in the remaining duration and with Doğuş’s slam dunk to seal the game, left the court victorious 89-77.