Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson opened the match as the best sniper with five points in a row. The teams started the match aggressively, thanks to which both MINSK and MBA often stood on the free throw line. In this component, our guys were almost flawless and completed 11 out of 12 attempts in 10 minutes.

In the second quarter, Grigory Motovilov took over the sniper title from the hosts with seven points in a row, while MBA continued to play primarily due to team actions. This was also confirmed by the assist statistics: 14 versus 5 in the first half. A 13-2 spurt brought the red-white advantage to double-digits, and with it the Muscovites went into the locker room - 52:40.

At the start of the second half, there were more fouls than points scored: in five minutes, each team had only two effective shots. After two productive quarters, “MINSK” and MBA clearly stalled and over the entire ten minutes they scored only 18 points between them, with a slight advantage in favor of the hosts.

In the final period of the game, the Belarusians were able to get out of a double-digit difference for the first time in a long time. Our guys fell a little on individual actions, and Daniil Kasatkin took over most of the attacks - it was he who scored 7 MBA points in a row. The ending remained with the red and white: thanks to the efforts of the same Kasatkin and Andrey Lopatin, the team regained a comfortable advantage and brought the meeting to victory. The final score is 73:60.