Coach Spahija's starting five: "Jackson, Zoosman, Roll, Bolden and Art. Maccabi opened the game focused as they took the 11:4 lead early in the game with Bolden, Zoosman and Jackson scoring from deep. Madrid started reacting with Yusta who helped the locals cut down the yellow lead to 14:11, Maccabi reacted again from deep as Roll and Art scored again to give Maccabi the double digit lead (26:15) lead. Coach Laso called for a timeout from which his players reacted with a 10:0 run ending the first quarter down 26:25.
Tavares completed his team's comeback at the beginning of the second quarter (27:26). Tyus and John-Di gave the lead back to Maccabi (30:27). Doncic scored from deep to tie the game, the locals continued their momentum as they completed a 6:0 run forcing Coach Spahija to call for a timeout down with Maccabi down 33:30. Pierre and Art tied the game at 39 apiece, Reyes scored for the locals but Kane alongside Pierre and Art again gave Maccabi the 45:44 lead. Doncic reacted but Kane ended the second quarter in style beating the buzzer from deep to give Maccabi the 50:48 lead at halftime.
Jackson scored for Maccabi but Doncic tied the game at 52:52, Art was unstoppable in the paint gave the lead back to Maccabi. Thompkins and Campazzo scored back to back threes to start a 15:0 run for the locals forcing Coach Spahija to call for a timeout from which Tyus and Roll took Madrid's lead down to 67:60however Reyes successful free throws ended the third with the locals having the 69:60 lead.
Pierre's points at the beginning of the fourth made it 69:62, but Rudy led a 13:0 run after hitting back to back threes as his team got the 82:62 lead. Zoosman, Kaneand Jackson started scoring again managing to cut Madrid's lead again, and at the end the locals got the 93:81 win.