"First of all, congratulations to my team for the victory. I believe we played a very solid game in general terms. I have the feeling that we were doing right on defense, allowing very few easy baskets, stopping their one-on-one situations, rebounding well and being solid on defense for almost all 40 minutes. We have the feeling that our defense carried us and that gave us confidence. Offensively, I think we moved the ball very well and had a lot of open shots off good reading and good situations. I don't think we played a brilliant game, but against a team like Barcelona, we had to be very solid and persistent. I am happy for the win and my team's work. We have to play three more difficult games before Christmas, two of them in the EuroLeague. Of course, wins make you feel better than losses, I am not revealing anything important. I was asked about El Clasico a lot, but in the end, it is just a game in a 30-game regular season. Still, it is a special game. In that sense, we had a good approach and the team is working in the right direction. No looking at the scoreboard, I have the feeling everyone was able to contribute in this game and in that sense, I am very proud of my players because they showed they are a team and that says good things about them. It is good to win - let's enjoy it today because we have work to do tomorrow. I don't think character makes you win games, but it is important to have an identity. My players know they play for a great team and always have to give their best. It is something which is not negotiable, and my team showed it. Each season, we go through difficult times - this season, even worse due to injuries - but the team always worked and never stopped believing, which is something to be proud of as a coach. As I always say, it is easy to ask for character, but you don't win games just with that."