Doğuş Balbay, who already had an injury and Brock Motum who felt pain while warming up before the match didn’t wear the jersey in this match.
Starting the match with Adams, Dragic, Simon, Dunston, and Stimac Anadolu Efes’s first points were shot by Adams and Dragic duo and our team was leading the score at the 4th minute with the score of 9-8. With Dunston’s three-pointer our team passed the 4:30 minutes 12-11 ahead, then after the rival team’s 5 points, our team was trailing 16-12 heading up to the television time-out. Returning from the time-out Brown, who passed injury phase recently joined in the game, then Dragic scored 2 points from the free-throw line and Brown scored two points as well, and Ledo’s one basket set the score to 17-21 at 7:30. Ledo also scored a mid-range shot and set the score table to 19-24 at the last minute of the quarter, then in the remaining duration McCollum and Dragic scored and our team was trailing 29-23 at the end of the first quarter. Starting the second quarter with Dragic and Stimac’s points, Anadolu Efes passed the 11th minute trailing 31-27. Then at the 12th minute McCollum scored 2 points from a free-throw and set the score to 29-36, then afterward, at the 12:30 minute the rival team brought the score to 29-41 and thus coach Perasovic called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Adams’s point brought down the score difference to 10 points at the 13:30: 31-41. When Dunston turned the defensive rebound to a fancy dunk at the 14th minute, the score was brought to 33-41. After Simon’s three-pointer the score was set to 45-36 at the 16th minute, then our team brought down the score difference to 5 points at 17:30 with Dunston and Stimac’s baskets thus the rival team called a time-out this time: 40-45. Returning from the time-out the rival team’s basket was responded by Dragic, and going into the last minute of the quarter Stimac scored 2 more points and Anadolu Efes was trailing 50-44 at the end of the second quarter.
Starting the second half with Simon’s three-pointer, Anadolu Efes brought the score to 49-55 with Dunston’s put-back dunk at the 22nd minute. Then the rival team set the score table to 49-59 at 23:20, and thus coach Perasovic called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Stimac’s layup brought the score to 51-62 at the 24th minute, then Dunston was stopped with unsportsmanlike foul underneath the rival’s hoop and turned the 2 baskets into points, then afterward McCollum brought down the score difference to 11 points at the 26th minute: 55-66. With the defensive rebound, Dunston scored his second 3-pointer in the match and brought down the score difference to 8 points: 58-66. At the last 1:30 minutes of the quarter Ledo scored 2 points from the free-throw line and set the score table to 60-69, then in the remaining duration Brown scored a point and Anadolu Efes finished the third quarter trailing 74-62. Starting the final quarter with Adams’s points, the score was set to 64-76 at the 31st minute. At the 33rd minute Anadolu Efes was trailing 86-66, then Dunston and Dragic’s points set the score table to 70-91 at the 35th minute. Our team’s 72nd point was scored by McCollum and Adam’s three-pointer that was scored afterward set the score to 96-75 at the last 2 minutes of the game. Remaining duration Brown and Stimac scored underneath, though Anadolu Efes lost the match with the score of 100-81.