Starting the match with Granger, Paul, Cedi, Brown and Dunston, Anadolu Efes had a quick start into the game, ahead 10-0 past the fourth minute with Paul and Brown’s points. Following the away team’s timeout during this moment, the score was 14-7 at 6:40 following Cedi and Granger’s points. Hitting one field goal in the remaining duration, Anadolu Efes was trailing 16-17 past the first 10 minutes following the opponent’s scoring. Starting the second quarter with Cedi’s field goal, Efes was trailing 18-24 into the 12th minute as Perasovic called a timeout. Scoreless within the 3:20 minutes following the timeout, Efes was trailing 20-32 at 14:40 after Doğuş’s points. Getting a steal and hitting the layup, Doğuş cut the margin down to 10 points in the 16th minute as Efes was behind 22-32. With Granger and Paul’s points, Efes was behind 27-38 with 1:30 minutes left to play in the half. Getting one point with Dunston in the remaining 1:30 minutes, Anadolu Efes went to the locker room trailing 28-40 at the halftime.
Starting the second half with six points by Dunston, Anadolu Efes was down 34-47 past the 23rd minute. With the score 37-47 following Cedi’s three-pointer, Efes cut the margin all the way down to four points at 27:30 with nine consecutive points by Heurtel: 46-50. Getting a field goal by Brown and five more points by Heurtel, Efes—after trailing by as much as 15 points in the 22nd minute—reclaimed the lead in the 29th minute: 53-52. Getting a three-point field goal by Brown in the remaining one minute, Efes was leading 56-54 while heading into the final 10 minutes after a partial score of 28-14 in the quarter. Starting the fourth quarter with Cedi’s three-pointer, Efes was ahead 59-57 past the 31st minute. While the score was tied 65-65 past the 35th minute with Thomas, Heurtel and Cedi’s points, Paul got seven consecutive points as Efes was leading 72-65 at 37:30. Leading 72-69 into the last 1:30 minutes of the match, Anadolu Efes had two points by Granger from the foul line, ahead 74-69 past the 39th minute. Capitalizing on tactical fouls with Paul, Granger and Cedi within the remaining one minute, Anadolu Efes left the court victorious 80-77.