Starting the match with Douglas, Dragic, Birkan, Motum, and Stimac Anadolu Efes’s first points were shot by Stimac from the free-throw line. After Dragic’s layup at the 3rd minute, the score was 3-3 balanced, then Stimac and Motum duo’s points at the 4th minute our team was ahead for the first time: 8-5. At the 6th minute our team was 12-9 ahead, then the rival team =’s points were responded by Douglas and McCollum and the first 10-minute duration was finished with 22-22 balanced score. Starting the second quarter McCollum and Dunston scored 1-point each from the free-throw line and our team passed the 13th minute trailing 29-24. Then Dunston and Stimac’s 6 points at the 14:40 set the score to 30-29 and thus the rival team called a time-out. Returning from the time-out McCollum scored 3 points and our team brought the score to 33-29 at the 15:30. After Stimac and Dunston’s underneath points at the 17th minute, our team was 37-31 ahead, then in the remaining duration Stimac scored 1 and Douglas and Dragic scored 2 points each and Anadolu Efes finished the first half the match 42-39 ahead.
Starting the second half of the match with Stimac’s point, Motum scored consecutive 8 points and raised the score difference to double-digits for the first time: 52-41. After McCollum and Stimac’s points from the free-throw line, Dragic scored three points and our team set the score table to 58-43 at the 24th minute. Captain Doğuş scored his first points in the match, then Dragic scored three points at the 27th minute and brought the score table to 63-49. After Motum’s basket, our team was 65-49 ahead going into the last minute of the quarter, then in the remaining duration Douglas scored another basket and our team headed into the last quarter with the 18-point difference: 67-49. Starting the final quarter with Stimac’s point, our team continued to score with Motum’s layup at the 31st minute and raised the score difference to 20 points: 71-51. Motum scored another point from the fastbreak and our team set the score table to 73-51 at the 31:30, and the rival team called for another time-out. Returning from the time-out at the 34th minute the score was set to 73-61, then McCollum scored 2 points at the 25th minute and set the score to 75-61. After Dunston’s point at the last 2:40 minutes of the match, our team was ahead 77-66, then the rival team scored 4 points and at the 38th minute the score difference was brought down to 7 points and so coach Ergin Ataman called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Douglas set the score table to 79-70, then Anadolu Efes continued to lead the score in the remaining duration. McCollum, Dragic, Douglas and Stimac’s points set the score to 89-77 and Anadolu Efes won the match.