Dairis Bertans regained the lead for Milan with a four-point play to start the third quarter. Theodore upped the Milan edge to 6 only to see a pair of three-point plays by Doncic even the score. Campazzo added an assist and a layup and Doncic, who drew an unsportsmanlike foul from Goudelock, added 4 more free throws and a layup in what became a 20-0 run and a 74-60 lead. Milan got dunks from Amath M’Baye and Gudaitis in reeling off 8 straight points to get back in the game. A hammer by Gudaitis made it 81-74 through three quarters. Theodore became the second Milan player to foul out when he fouled Doncic in the backcourt and received a technical for his reaction. Doncic tied his career high with 27 points with the resulting free throw. Causeur restored a double-digit Madrid advantage with a layup of an inbounds play. Goudelock singlehandedly halved the Milan deficit. He fired in a big three to make it 92-89 with 2:20 remaining, but Causeur hit a three on the next play. Great ball movement from the hosts set up Taylor for a three that all but iced the game at 98-90 as Madrid marched to victory.