|MVP of the game: Petr Benda (Brno)|
At the beginning Brno did very well in the defense. Due to rebounds under both baskets and exact shooting, Brno led after 17 minutes 34:23. But after a few blocks and turnovers, Kaposvari made 7 points in a row.
After they changed sides, both teams fought more with their own aiming than with the opponents. Brno increased its three-point advantage in the last two minutes of the third quarter when they draw ten points away. The Hungarians tried to keep the Czech advantage short, but didn't suceed because of their bad shooting.
The best players on the Hungarian team were Balasz Simon and Stojan Ivkovic - together they scored 30 points. The best appearance in the home team was made by Petr Benda who made 17 points and 21 rebounds.
MVP of the game: Petr Benda (Brno) with 17 points
Libor Jerabek, Assistant Coach, Brno:
"It was a very tough game. Kaposvari did very well in defense and their actions were very straight and but also very effective. We're looking forward to the game in Hungary and we hope that we will go to the Final Four."
Zoran Kmezic, Head Coach, Kaposvari:
"It's a shame that we didn't win today. Brno is a very good team, but we will do our best next time and hope we will make the best out of home advantage."