Playing in their first ever European competition, Danish team Bakken Bears faced an uphill task in game two of their play-off series with Mlekarna Kunin. Having lost the first contest by 26-points, Bakken needed a huge victory to advance to the Conference Final Four.
If Bakken entertained any thoughts of achieving their goal, they were quickly put to flight by one man. Kunin's Frederick Warrick had the hot hand and was unstoppable, making eleven three pointers from sixteen attempts and finishing with a game high 39 points.
Bakken's Jeff Schiffner tried to keep up with Warrick's furious pace, scoring 21 points of his own in the first half. But he faded in the second and ended the game with 25.
Bakken trailed by 5 points going into the last quarter, and although all chances of staying in the competition were over, they stepped up in the 4th to end their season on a winning note.