Efes Pilsen lost the third quarter by seven points which made the final quarter just a formality which eventually led to CSKA's victory 90-68.
Euroleague champs were very good from three-point zone making 18 out of 25 shots (72%). CSKA new man Terence Morris and Trajan Langdon had 5/7 while Ramunas Siskauskas was perfect hitting all four of his shots from beyond the arc.
Milos Vujanic didn't find his place on the court and finished the game with just 4 points. Ex-Real Madrid player Charles Smith had 22 points and was the leader of the team.
90 – CSKA Moscow: Ramunas Siskauskas 19, Terence Morris 17, Trajan Langdon 15, Zoran Planinic 14, Erazem Lorbek 11, Aleksey Savrasenko 6, Nikos Zisis 5, Viktor Khryapa 3.
68 – Efes Pilsen: Charles Smith 22, Ender Arslan 11, Michalis Kakiouzis 9, Bootsy Thornton 8, Kerem Gonlum 8, Preston Shumpert 4, Milos Vujanic 4, Cenk Akyol 2.