Starting the match with Larkin, Micic, Beaubois, Moerman, and Dunston, Anadolu Efes’s first points were scored by Dunston. After Larkin’s 2 layups in the painted area, Anadolu Efes set the score table to 9-6 at 3:30 with Beaubois’s three-pointer. After Meorman’s 4 points, our team head into the television time-out 13-12 ahead. Returning from the time-out Moerman scored 3 more points and Anadolu Efes set the score table to 16-12 at 6:20. Remaining 3:40 minutes Larkin and Micic scored 3 points each and our team was 22-17 ahead heading into the second quarter. Starting the second quarter the first 4 and a half minutes, our team couldn’t score and our first points in the quarter were scored by Beaubois with a three-pointer at 14:30: 25-21. After Beaubois’s second three-pointer at the 16th minute, the score table was set to 28-22 and the rival team called a time-out. Returning from the time-out Micic and Moerman scored three-pointers and our team head into the last 1:45 minutes of the quarter with a 10 points difference: 34-24. Remaining duration Micic scored 2 more points and our team head into the changing rooms 36-26 ahead.
Starting the second half with Moerman’s 4 points, our team set the score table to 40-30 at the 22nd minute. After Larkin scored 2 points and Dunston scored 1 point from the free-throw line, our team was 43-32 ahead at the 25th minute. After rival team’s three-pointer was responded by Larkin’s, the score was set to 46-35 at 25:30. With the three-pointers of Beaubois and Micic, our team was 52-41 ahead at the last 1:50 minutes of the quarter. Remaining duration Larkin and Beaubois continued to score and our team was 56-45 ahead at the end of the third quarter. Starting the final quarter with Larkin’s three-pointer, our team set the score table to 57-47 at the 31st minute. Micic scored at 42:30 and set the score to 61-52, then Beaubois scored and our team set the score table to 63-52. Moerman scored with a dunk and our team was 65-52 ahead. Then at the 34th minute, Beaubois scored a here-pointer and raised the score difference to 16 points: 68-52. After Micic’s layup at the 35th minute, the score was 70-52, then in the last 3:30 minutes the point difference was brought down to 13 points and coach Ergin Ataman called a time-out: 70-57. Returning from the time-out captain Doğuş’s dunk set the score table to 72-57, then Anadolu Efes continued to score with Larkin 2 more points and won the match with the score 74-57.