Ljubljana become the third team to stamp their ticket to the World Tour Final in Abu Dhabi on 27-28 October, after Caguas (PUR) and Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE).
In the losing effort, Michael Linklater and Willie Murdaugh had 6 points apiece for Saskatoon. Michael Lieffers scored 3, including a Top 5-worthy alley-oop.
It was the perfect day for Ljubljana, who would have been knocked out in the pool phase, if not for a cold-blooded Hercegovac two-pointer in the dying seconds of the game against Belgrade on Day One.
Coincidentally, Ljubljana defeated archrivals Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE) in the semi-finals and Saskatoon (CAN) in the final, two teams which they had axed on their World Tour title run in Istanbul in 2013.
After leading his team to the final and finishing the event third in scoring behind Zeljko Palavra (Vitez, BIH) and Linklater, Hercegovac was named MVP.
On the iconic Wenceslas Square - a UNESCO World Heritage site - local favourite Jan Kratochvil (Humpolec, CZE) got the massive crowd to its feet after winning the Shoot-Out Contest.
Ukrainian pro dunker Vadim 'Miller' Paddubchenko made a ground-breaking debut at the World Tour, defeating four-time FIBA 3x3 Word Tour dunk champion Rafal 'Lipek' Lipinski in the Streetsportline Dunk Contest.
The fourth Masters of the season will be staged in Lausanne, Switzerland on 26-27 August 2016.
Final Standings of the 2016 FIBA 3x3 World Tour Prague Masters:
1. Ljubljana (SLO)
2. Saskatoon (CAN)
3. Novi Sad Al Wahda (UAE)
4. Vitez (BIH)
5. Ostrava (CZE)
6. Piran (SLO)
7. Humpolec (CZE)
8. Budapest (HUN)
9. Vilnius (LTU)
10. Belgrade (SRB)
11. Gdansk (POL)
12. Utrecht (NED)