Starting the match with Granger, Paul, Cedi, Brown and Dunston, Anadolu Efes started the game with Brown's points. After passing the second minute ahead 5-2 with our American player’s 5 points, Dunston brought the score to 7-4 by 2:30. After the points of the opponent's team Efes went into television time-out trailing 7-9, the sixth minute was passed with Granger’s three-pointer: 10-11. Going into the last 2 minutes trailing 10-16, our team scored with Honeycutt and Kirk and lasted the first 10 minutes trailing 16-20. Starting the second period Heurtel scored consecutive 5 points and Efes reduced the difference to 1 point by the 11th minute: 21-22. While Efes was boosting speed, Thomas and Heurtel’s lay-ups and Dunston’s fancy dunk balanced the score by the 14th minute and the host team called for a time-out: 27-27. Returning from the time-out hosting team’s score got a respond with Granger’s three-pointer and took the lead by the 15th minute: 30-29. After seeing 5 points in our hoop the score became 30-34 by the 16th minute and Perasovic called for a time-out. After the time-out Brown, Dunston, Heurtel and Paul scored series of 15-0 Efes leaded the score 45-34 by the 19th minute. Remaining duration Efes responded to rival team’s points with Brown and finished the first half ahead: 47-36.
Starting the second-half with Dunston, Heurtel and Brown’s points Efes raised the score difference to 18 points: 54-36. This minute the rival team called for a time-out, though returning from the time-out Efes started with Dunston’s point and leaded the score 56-38 by 22nd minute. After this minute our team had a hard time to score and by 27:30 the score table came to 56-50. By 29th minute Brown scored 3 points from the free-throw line and broke our seven minute silence: 59-50. After Cedi’s fancy dunk Anadolu Efes leaded the score by the end of the period: 61-52. Starting the final-quarter our first score came from Thomas; Brown tipped Cedi’s shoot and raised the score difference to 13 points by the 31st minute: 65-52. Efes scored with Cedi and Thomas’s three individual point scores and raised the difference to 17 points by 32:30: 71-54. Our team continued to score with Thomas and brought the score to 81-62 by 37th minute. Remaining duration Anadolu Efes was leading the score table while Brown continued to score and the victory came with the score 86-72.