"What to say? Another unforgettable night not only for the final outcome – the scoreboard at the end, but how everything developed. We were definitely bad, also because the other team hit and scored every three-point shot, Van Rossom was unbelievable. We gave him not meters, centimeters, and he was ready with such a quick release and this created for us a lot of problems. The court became big and we didn’t have enough sense of urgency. Probably it’s my fault. Not enough energy to play this game. Basically they were better for 37 minutes. Then, what I learned last year, was sometimes you have to think out of the box. If the things you believe should work don’t work, you need to do something different. So we played with four guards, we put on the side a little bit the system. We manned up. We tried to play with the character of the players, with the desire to not give up. We did not quit, down I believe 15 at the beginning of the quarter. Down I believe 12 in the last three minutes. We found a great thing from Maodo [Lo]; he was a game changer. Daniel [Hackett] on defense was amazing on Green in the last possessions. Ricky [Hickman] finally played a great game; this is because I wanted him so bad here. And I’m here commenting on an unbelievable win. I believe if you would have asked any of the people in the gym, or in front of a laptop or TV, who will win the game in the last three minutes, no one would say Bamberg. But my players said Bamberg. So bravo to my players."