On October 7-8, 2022, at the first-ever iteration of the Paris Masters, Vienna (AUT) made history by being the first team from Austria to ever win a FIBA 3×3 World Tour competition.

Vienna was victorious in all five of their matches in the Carreau du Temple, which is located in the heart of Paris. Each of their victories came in under the 10-minute time restriction. In the knockout rounds, they were victorious over the top two teams in the world, and they capped things off with a 21-13 victory over Utrecht (NED), who were also competing in a title game for the first time on the World Tour.

After leading the scoring charts in Paris with 50 points in five games, former number one player in the world Stefan Stojacic was voted the Most Valuable Player of the Competition. It had been six years since the last time a player on the World Tour scored 50 points, and this performance stands as the third biggest scoring explosion in the history of the World Tour.

In the championship game, the man known as “Mister Robot” had the highest point total with 9 points. His colleague Quincy Diggs contributed 8 more points. Worthy de Jong, a prominent player for Utrecht, scored 8 points in the team’s losing effort and was a statistical anomaly in Paris, which was the opening stop on the World Tour in France. In each of his first three games, he achieved a “triple-five,” which is defined as at least five points, five rebounds, and five highlights. As a result, he ranked #1 in player value throughout the course of the weekend.

Strahinja Stojacic, the best 3×3 player in the world, won the Maurice Lacroix Shoot-out Contest, and Rafal ‘Lipek’ Lipinski, a Polish dunk legend, claimed first place in the Wilson Dunk Contest. Both of these victories came in the individual competitions.


  • Vienna (AUT)
  • Utrecht (NED)
  • Liman Huishan New East (Sri Lanka)
  • 4. New York Harlem (United States of America)
  • 5. Princeton (USA)
  • Jeddah (KSA)
  • Ub Huishan New Extension (SRB)
  • Paris (FRA)
  • Doha QSC (QAT)
  • Danube (SRB)
  • Prebold (SLO)
  • Cacak Huishan in Northeast (SRB)
  • Bjelovar (CRO)
  • The city of Athens (GRE)

The Riyadh Masters is the next stop on the FIBA 3×3 World Tour, which takes place November 11-12.

The exhilarating, urban, and forward-thinking sport known as 3×3 is based on numerous variations of streetball that are played all over the world and is regarded as the most popular urban team sport in the world. The games are overseen by FIBA and include two teams of three players each competing against one another on a basketball half court.

It was played for the first time in an international competition and was successful for the first time at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore in 2010. Since then, it has benefited from the launch of an annual professional circuit for men and women (the World Tour and Women’s Series respectively) as well as competitions between national teams.

At the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the 3×3 competition had its first appearance.

The global ball partnership is held by Wilson. Chooks-to-Go is the Global Partner of the FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2022, while Maurice Lacroix is the Official Timekeeper. Wilson is the Apparel Partner for the FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2022.

Enlio flooring are used for FIBA 3×3 competitions, and Wilson balls, Schelde backstops, Bodet shot clocks, and the Magic Sky canopy system are all used in these games.

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