Dusan Domovic Bulut (Serbia) received the World’s #1 player award after leading the FIBA 3x3 Individual World Ranking at the end of the season. The list of decorated players also included Patricia Vicente (Andorra, World’s #1 Player - Women), Nina Aho (Hungary, World’s #1 Player - U18 Women) and Nedim Muslic (Qatar, World’s #1 Player - U18 Men). Last but not least, Terrence Romeo (Philippines) was named the most spectacular player of the year by the fans following a social media contest held on all FIBA 3x3 social media accounts.
QBF President HE Sheik Saoud Bin Abdulrahaman Al-Thani was presented the Outstanding Contribution award. Under his leadership, Qatar became the host of the FIBA 3x3 All Stars, established a nation-wide 3x3 programme and built a team, that won the 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships.
3x3 continues to be in the spotlight in Doha, Qatar on Friday 11 December with the third edition of the FIBA 3x3 All Stars, the season-ending event for 3x3 basketball which brings together the best teams from the FIBA 3x3 Individual Ranking from all over the world.
The ten winners are:
- World's #1 Player - Men: Dusan Domovic Bulut (Serbia)
- World's #1 Player - Women: Patricia Vicente (Andorra)
- World's # 1 Player - U18 Men: Nedim Muslic (Qatar)
- World's #1 Player - U18 Women: Nina Aho (Hungary)
- Most Spectacular Player: Terrence Romeo (Philippines)
- Best Performing Federation: Brazil Basketball Federation (CBB)
- Most Active Federation: Netherlands Basketball Federation (NBB)
- Most Valuable Promoter: B33 (Hungary)
- Best CSR Project: Turkish Basketball Federation (TBF)
- Outstanding Contribution: HE Sheik Saoud Bin Abdulrahaman Al-Thani (Qatar)