Doha top scorer Sammy Monroe II took the game over in the semi-finals against World Tour reigning champs Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE), scoring 10 points, including an acrobatic game-winner. In the final, the physical Tanguy Ngombo bullied his way to a game-high 9 points. His team-mate – the diminutive Dominic James – wowed the crowd with his vertical leap and a game-winning 2-pointer off the glass in overtime.
The top scorer in Wukesong Hi-Park, situated just outside the basketball venue of the 2008 Olympic Games and dedicated to the game, was none other than Chris Reaves (Team Wukesong). The speedy US-born player also topped all scorers in last year’s edition. He moreover took home MVP honours after leading his team to fourth place.
Number two 3x3 player in the world Dusan Domovic Bulut (Novi Sad Al Wahda) dominated the LaoShan Shoot-Out Contest.
In the Red Bull Dunk Contest, Canadian professional dunker Jordan 'Mission Impossible' Kilganon got the crowd to its feet with some jaw-dropping jams, including the ‘Scorpion Dunk’ which made him an Internet sensation.
Doha took home the US $10,000 winning prize while Ljubljana won US $4,000. Both teams qualified for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final, which is hosted in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on 15-16 October, where they join Novi Sad Al Wahda, Manila North (PHI), Kranj (SLO) and Kolobrzeg (POL).
Final Standings of the 2015 FIBA 3x3 World Tour Beijing Masters:
1. Doha (QAT)
2. Ljubljana (SLO)
3. Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE)
4. Wukesong (CHN)
5. Tokyo (JPN)
6. Zheng Zhou (CHN)
7. Beijing (CHN)
8. New Taipei (TPE)
9. Bangalore (IND)
10. Jinan (CHN)
11. Chandigarh (IND)
12. Jakarta (INA)