"It is obvious that our main wish coming in was to get a win and I think we were relatively close to that. Above our desire to win, which is what we came for, we wanted to compete at a high level. In that sense, in the last two or three weeks, we are noticing that we are improving our mechanisms and are playing better. We still make some mistakes, which lead us to lose games, but we are getting closer, improving. We won two quarters and lost the other two, but the ones we lost, we did it with Baskonia scoring almost 30 points. That limits you a lot, because you have to play the other two quarters really well in order to win. I believe we had a very bad start which allowed them to get a 15-point lead at the end of the first quarter. Even when we rallied and took the lead, we must avoid having so many ups and downs. Even when we improved some things and have others yet to improve, in the end, in the fourth quarter, we had two or three first-line turnovers which allowed them to get fast break points, even when dunks. That stopped us from getting closer than the final 6-point difference. We have to be able to limit this - not just forced shots, previous turnovers or rebounds allowed, but these 2-3 turnovers in the fourth quarter which finally made the difference and made it impossible for us to win the game. Finally, the free throw difference tells us we didn't get our big men involved enough, probably because of their good defense. We didn't have what we needed to finish closer to the rim and draw fouls, getting free throws that would have given us more options down the stretch."