Starting with Doğuş, Beaubois, Simon, Peters, and Dunston, Anadolu Efes’s first points were scored by Dunston and captain Doğuş, and our team was 4-0 ahead in the first minute of the match. After Simon’s three-pointer at 3:30, our team set the score table to 7-4, then our team head into the television time-out at the 5th minute 7-6 ahead. Returning from the time-out Peters and Simon’s three-pointers set the score table to 13-6 at 6:30. In this part, Micic contributed to scoring with 2 points and our team was 15-8 ahead. Within the last 2 minutes of the quarter, the score was a tie 15-15, then in the remaining 2-minute duration Micic and Dunston scored two points each and our team finished the first quarter trailing 19-20. Starting the second quarter with Beubois’s three-pointer, Anadolu Efes set the score table to 28-25 at the 13th minute with Peters and Sertaç’s points. Our team raised the score difference to 5 points after Simon’s open layup at the 15th minute: 30-25. Within the following 1:30 minutes of the match, the score table was set to 30-32, and so coach Ergin Ataman called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Micic scored 2 three-pointers and our team was 36-34 ahead in the 18th minute again. Remaining duration Peter scored 1, Micic scored 2 points and our team head into the changing rooms 39-37 ahead.
Starting the second half with a fancy dunk by Dunston, Anadolu Efes raised the score difference to 4 points at the 21st minute: 41-37. At the 23rd minute, the score was balanced again, then Micic and Sertaç scored a mini-series of 6-0 and set the score table to 47-41 at 24:30, then the rival team called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Sertaç scored again with a dunk, Beaubois scored a three-pointer and our team raised the score difference to double digits for the first time at the 26th minute: 52-41. In this part of the match, Simon scored 8 and Peters scored 2 points, with these points Anadolu Efes raised the score difference to 16 points: 62-46. Remaining duration Dunston scored 2 points and our team head into the final quarter 64-52 ahead. Starting the final quarter with Simon’s three-pointer, at 30:30 the score table was set to 67-52. After Peters and Dunston’s points, our team was 71-60 ahead at 34:30, then in the last 2:20 minutes of the match, the score table was set to 71-67. After Dunston’s three points, our team head into the last 2:20 minutes of the match 74-70 ahead, then our American player scored another amazing dunk and set the score table to 76-70 at the last 1:10 minutes of the match. In this part of the match the rival team called a time-out and returning from that Simon scored a three-pointer and set the score table to 79-70. Remaining duration our team continued to lead the score table and won the match with the score 79-74 and succeeded in bringing the President Cup Trophy to our museum for the 12th time.