Gravelines Dunkerque head coach Christian Monschau:
"It was difficult for both teams to play their best game after two tough semi-finals, where both teams were close to winning. It was difficult to reconcentrate and it the decisive moments we were lacking energy. However I think that both teams showed a good game for the respect of the season; it was not a bad game to watch."
Gravelines Dunkerque player Julius Johnson:
"We wanted to win this game, but unfortunately it did not pan out this way. We saw four very good teams here. We wanted to end the Final Four on a high and have a good rhythm for the French championship. Now that we lost the game, we need to regain our confidence and focus on the domestic play-offs."
Oldenburg head coach Sebastian Machowski:
"For us it was important to come out of this game without injuries, which we accomplished. We also wanted to enter the German play-offs with a win; we also managed that. Hopefully we can carry on with this feeling."
Oldenburg player Julius Jenkins:
"We came out with our minds set to leave Izmir on a positive note. I played much better than on Friday; I think everyone filled their role perfectly today."