Best stats of FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2023

JEDDAH (Saudi Arabia) -There were plenty of crazy stats that helped make the FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2023 an unforgettable season and let's find some of the best. 

Top player value in a game: Stefan Kojic (25.8) - Liman Huishan NE v Omaha; Shanghai Masters

This legendary Liman sniper was a deadly marksman all season, but was never better than in the the semis of the Shanghai Masters

In fact no one had a better individual game with Kojic making the semi-final against Omaha his personal two-point shooting contest. 

His scorching hot shooting almost turned the nets into flames with Kojic nailing 6 of 7 from deep and 8 of 9 overall to finish with 14 rebounds, 4 rebounds and 4 highlights in an easy Liman win. 


Most dunks: Strahinja Stojacic (32)

We might know him as 'Doctor Strange', but perhaps he might need to  be renamed 'Doctor Slammer Jammer' after Stojacic had the most dunks on the World Tour with 32. 

It's again testament to his sheer willpower in attacking the rim with the lanky Ub Huishan NE star able to snake to the rim due to his jaw-dropping athleticism.

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There were only two other players who had more than 10 dunks and real ones will know exactly who. Worthy de Jong, of course, finished with 28 in 19 less games than Stojacic, but it terms of sheer averages the winner is James Parrott. 

This Omaha high-flyer plays above the rim as he proved with 22 dunks from just 14 games!

Best winning %: Ub Huishan NE (81%)

For the second straight season this spectacular Serb come out on top. It's really no surprise after they were literally unbeatable for the first third of the season in a six-stop winning streak for the ages.

Even though they had a bit of a speedbump after that, Ub regained their superpowers to win the Jeddah Final and stamp themselves as the 3x3 GOAT. 

Ub's record over such a long season was incredible as they won an amazing 54 of 67 games on the World Tour. Newcomers Miami were next best with 76% but they played just 29 games.

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Win before the limit %: Miami (72%)

Miami's ability to rack up 21 points before 10 minutes is unparalleled as the stats show. Their 72% record of finishing off games before the time limit is significantly better than next best Ub Huishan NE (64.8%).

It's little surprise with scoring machine Jimmer Fredette and Canyon Barry the two best shooters from deep on the World Tour. Those snipers connect on almost 50% of their attempts and if they're not firing then Dylan Travis can heat up too.

They also have an inside presence with Kareem Maddox able to make the paint his personal playground. It's little surprise the Americans can score 21 faster than you can say USA. 


Fastest game: Ub Huishan NE v Manila, Manila Masters (5'06")

It's probably no surprise that Ub Huishan NE recorded the fastest victory on this season's World Tour. En route to defending their title in Manila, Ub silenced the rowdy home fans with a 21-9 beatdown of Manila Chooks

The spectacular Serbs were scintillating with Marko Brankovic leading from the front with a game-high 13 points, including 4-of-4 from 2. With an amazing 14 of 16 shooting display, Ub finished off Manila with almost half the game time left. 


Longest game: Ub Huishan NE v Partizan Mozzart, Abu Dhabi Masters (13'21")

This was an absolute semi-final classic between compatriots in a Serbian showdown. It went down to the wire with Ub appearing to have the edge but Stefan Torbica  proved why he is such an assassin in the clutch. 

He nailed a two-piece to lock the scores at 20 apiece and send the game to OT. He then scored the first point before Andreja Milutinovic hit the game winner as Partizan had the rarity of making 23 points. 

Tobica was the hero with a game-high 16 points as Partizan triumphed in the longest game of the World Tour.