"First of all, congratulations to my players for the victory. I am very happy for many reasons. I believe it was a very difficult game: they changed the way they were playing, with a bigger team trying to stop the game pace. We didn't find the right way to stop this in the first half and didn't rebound the ball in the first quarter. We missed some shots and were a little bit cold, I believe. Little by little, we increased our intensity, especially on defense, and that allowed us to have a better balance of assists and turnovers, which I believe was key to win. In the end, it was quite a close game. We knew about how dangerous Maccabi is, with good one-on-one players, able to hit tough shots. Not giving up is something we must have and we showed it today. We recovered little by little. We were able to turn the game around at the end of the third quarter, never surrendered and kept fighting knowing we would get back in the game, which is was happened. Luka Doncic is 17 years old and almost got a triple double, so he played a great game, of course. He helped us in many aspects of the game and his numbers were brilliant today. I don't know if it was his best game but in general, he played really well. I would highlight his 11 rebounds, because Maccabi played with a big lineup. He was able to rebound from the outside, the most positive thing he did in this game."