Chris Reaves was on fire in the final, scoring 14 points including the game-winner from behind the arc. His outstanding performance in the decider helped him soar to the top of the scoring charts in Beijing with 51 total points in five games.
Reaves was one of two US players on Team Wukesong, which also featured two Chinese players. The FIBA 3x3 World Tour sees teams of four players representing a city (here a district of Beijing) regardless of their nationality.
In the individual competitions, Dmitry 'Smoove' Krivenko got the crowds on their feet as he ended the Dunk Contest with his signature jam, a no-look above-the-head pass to himself followed by a between-the-legs slam, while Kim Do Young triumphed at the Samsung Shout-Out Contest.
Team Wukesong took home the $10,000 USD winning prize and qualified for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final, which will take place in Tokyo, Japan on 11-12 October.
Team Manila West (PHI) and Doha (QAT) are the other two teams who have already secured their ticket to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final.
Final Standings of the 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Tour Beijing Masters
1. Wukesong (CHN)
2. Nagoya (JPN)
3. Yokohama (JPN)
4. New Taipei (TPE)
5. Vladivostok (RUS)
6. Changping (CHN)
7. Yongin (KOR)
8. Beirut (LIB)
9. Beijing BSU (CHN)
10. Guangzhou (CHN)
11. Seoul (KOR)
12. Xi’an (CHN)