"We put together a great effort. I believe we played a great second half. We cut the number of turnovers from 14 in the first half, which was really awful and was our problem, to 2 in the second half. We had an opportunity to win against the EuroLeague champions. But I believe we had a lack of experience in the end, and when you play against such great players, such a great team, you need to try to go over the limit of what is your energy, what is your intensity, what is your understanding, concentration, ability to do the right thing in the right moment. That does not take away from the great second half, and effort. We came back, we took the lead, we played our basketball, we were ready to compete and fight. But in the end, I believe that it is really the details what is missing. The only way we can have these details is to learn. We have to accept what we lack, we have to understand what is the level and what requires to play at this level, and then you work on details. But first there is a psychological part that is acceptation of our lacks, and awareness of what is missing. As a coach, I have to be proud of the second half, how we play against the EuroLeague champs, but I am not blind and some things cost you the game. "