2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup – Men's tournament

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2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup
Men's tournament
Tournament information
DatesJune 17–21
Host(s)France
Venue(s)Parc des Chantiers de I’lle
Teams20
Final positions
Champion Serbia (3rd title)
1st runners-up Netherlands
2nd runners-up France
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2018 →

The men's tournament of the 2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup hosted in Nantes, France, was participated by 20 teams.

Participating teams[edit]

All five FIBA zones were represented. The top 20 teams, including the hosts, based on the FIBA National Federation ranking qualified for the tournament as of 01.03.2017.[1]

Players[edit]

Team Players (World Ranking as of 17.06.2017)
 Andorra Oriol Fernández (284), Esteve Malet (305), Rafael Casals (321), Jordi Plasencia (339)
 Egypt Ahmed Elsabbagh (267), Ramy Ibrahim (2176), Mido Mohamed (2333), Haitham Kamal (21219)
 El Salvador Roberto Martinez Ramirez (8523), Luis Escoto Bran (8549), Carlos Arias Serrano (8804), Julio Mancia Arias (8805)
 Estonia Erik Luts (243), Jaagup Toome (381), Mario Polusk (439), Sander Viilup (2709)
 France Charles Bronchard (57), Dominique Gentil (72), Angelo Tsagarakis (144), Charly Pontens (857)
 Indonesia Rivaldo Pangesthio (408), Fandi Ramadhani (650), Kevin Poetiray (4210), Vinton Surawi (869)
 Netherlands Jesper Jobse (36), Joey Schelvis (43), Sjoerd Van Vilsteren (45), Bas Rozendaal (62)
 New Zealand Karl Noyer (135), Marco Alexander (1131), Aaron Bailey-Nowell (-), Angus Riley (-)
 Philippines Kobe Paras (-), Joseph Ronald Quiñahan (-), Kiefer Ravena (-), Jeron Teng (-)
 Poland Szymon Rduch (71), Przemysław Rduch (75), Arkadiusz Kobus (704), Dawid Brek (825)
 Puerto Rico Luis Hernandez (44), Jonathan Garcia (64), Wil Martinez (105), Gilberto Clavell (276)
 Qatar Abdulrahman Saad (155), Erfan Ali (236), Tanguy Ngombo (333), Fadi Abilmona (5136)
 Romania Bogdan Cezar Sandu (115), Mihai Vacarescu (117), Baragau Cezar (131), Marius Ciotlaus (686)
 Russia Leo Lagutin (30), Ilya Alexandrov (69), Dmitrii Kriukov (108), Vasily Fedosov (134)
 Serbia Dušan Domović Bulut (1), Marko Savić (2), Marko Ždero (4), Dejan Majstorović (5)
 Slovenia Anže Srebovt (12), Gašper Ovnik (14), Simon Finžgar (15), Adin Kavgić (17)
 South Korea Choi Go-bong (298), Namkoong Jun-soo (2293), Seung Jun-lee (9831), Shin Yun-ha (-)
 Sri Lanka Thimothi Nithushan (4132), Roshan Sooriyaarachchi (14758), Sudesh Paiva (18010), Isuru Perera (-)
 Ukraine Maksym Zakurdaiev (278), Stanislav Tymofeyenko (396), Sasha Kobets (782), Dmytro Lypovtsev (940)
 United States Craig Moore (750), Dan Mavraides (754), Damon Huffman (1496), Zahir Carrington (1601)

Main tournament[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Serbia Russia Puerto Rico Andorra Egypt
1  Serbia 4 4 0 80 59 +21 Qualification to knockout stage 20–17 21–14 22–13 17–15
2  Russia 4 3 1 73 66 +7 17–20 19–17 22–15 15–14
3  Puerto Rico 4 2 2 73 71 +2 14–21 17–19 21–12 21–19
4  Andorra 4 1 3 55 79 −24 13–22 15–22 12–21 15–14
5  Egypt 4 0 4 62 68 −6 15–17 14–15 19–21 14–15
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Slovenia France Philippines Romania El Salvador
1  Slovenia 4 4 0 82 59 +23 Qualification to knockout stage 19–17 21–14 21–12 21–16
2  France 4 3 1 81 47 +34 17–19 22–11 21–12 21–5
3  Philippines 4 2 2 67 72 −5 14–21 11–22 21–15 21–14
4  Romania 4 1 3 61 76 −15 12–21 12–21 15–21 22–13
5  El Salvador 4 0 4 48 85 −37 16–21 5–21 14–21 13–22
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Ukraine Qatar Poland Estonia Sri Lanka
1  Ukraine 4 4 0 86 55 +31 Qualification to knockout stage 21–20 21–15 22–11 22–9
2  Qatar 4 3 1 79 51 +28 20–21 19–17 20–9 20–4
3  Poland 4 2 2 72 63 +9 15–21 17–19 18–13 22–10
4  Estonia 4 1 3 54 62 −8 11–22 9–20 13–18 21–2
5  Sri Lanka 4 0 4 25 85 −60 9–22 4–20 10–22 2–21
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Pool D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Netherlands United States New Zealand Indonesia South Korea
1  Netherlands 4 4 0 82 42 +40 Qualification to knockout stage 19–12 20–13 21–11 22–6
2  United States 4 3 1 75 37 +38 12–19 21–6 21–8 21–4
3  New Zealand 4 1 3 46 69 −23 13–20 6–21 12–15 15–13
4  Indonesia 4 1 3 41 66 −25 11–21 8–21 15–12 7–12
5  South Korea 4 1 3 35 65 −30 6–22 4–21 13–15 12–7
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Wins; 2) Head-to-Head record; 3) Points scored; 4) Higher seed.

Knockout stage[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
 
 
 
 Serbia17
 
 
 
 United States14
 
 Serbia22
 
 
 
 France11
 
 Ukraine12
 
 
 
 France20
 
 Serbia21
 
 
 
 Netherlands18
 
 Slovenia18
 
 
 
 Qatar15
 
 Slovenia12
 
 
 
 Netherlands13 Bronze Final
 
 Netherlands15
 
 
 
 Russia13
 
 Slovenia17
 
 
 France18
 

Final standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF
1  Serbia 7 7 0 140
2  Netherlands 7 6 1 128
3  France 7 5 2 130
4  Slovenia 7 5 2 129
5  Ukraine 5 4 1 98
6  Qatar 5 3 2 94
7  United States 5 3 2 89
8  Russia 5 3 2 86
9  Puerto Rico 4 2 2 73
10  Poland 4 2 2 72
11  Philippines 4 2 2 67
12  Romania 4 1 3 61
13  Andorra 4 1 3 55
14  Estonia 4 1 3 54
15  New Zealand 4 1 3 46
16  Indonesia 4 1 3 41
17  South Korea 4 1 3 35
18  Egypt 4 0 4 62
19  El Salvador 4 0 4 48
20  Sri Lanka 4 0 4 25

Individual contests[edit]

Dunk contest[edit]

Overall format

Each player will be allowed 75 seconds and 3 attempts per round to complete a dunk with the first successful dunk being considered as the valid one. Dunks are graded 0 or 5 to 10 by each member of a jury composing of five people.[2]

Qualification[edit]

Format

The qualification round took place in June 19 at 18:20 (GMT+2). Each player competed in two rounds and four players with the highest score advances to the knockout stage. In a case of a tie, the tied players would have to perform again and in case they were still tied, the jury would have to decide the player who will advance through a majority decision.[2]

Country Dunker 1st round 2nd round Total
 United States Chris Staples 30 27 57
 Poland Rafal Lipinski 27 29 56
 Ukraine Vadym Poddubchenko 28 28 56
 United States Jordan Southerland 27 27 54
 Philippines Kobe Paras 27 23 50
 Ukraine Dmytro Kryvenko 21 23 44

Knockout stage[edit]

The knockout stage consisting of a semi-final and final phase took place on June 21.[2]

Semi-final

The top two players advances to the final round.[2]

Country Dunker 1st round 2nd round Total
 United States Chris Staples 28 28 56
 Poland Rafal Lipinski 25 27 52
 Ukraine Vadym Poddubchenko 24 28 52
 United States Jordan Southerland 26 21 47
Final

The time limit was eliminated for the final and the two players competed for three rounds instead of two.[2]

Country Dunker 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Total
 Poland Rafal Lipinski 30 29 30 89
 United States Chris Staples 30 28 30 88
Results
Team Player
1st, gold medalist(s)  Poland Rafal Lipinski
2nd, silver medalist(s)  United States Chris Staples
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Ukraine Vadym Poddubchenko

Awards[edit]

Team of the Day
Game of the Day
Player of the Day
Stat of the Day
Team of the Tournament
MVP


 2017 FIBA 3x3 World Champions – Men's  

Serbia
3rd title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team". FIBA. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 10 June 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Dunk contest". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. Retrieved 25 June 2017.
  3. ^ a b c "Netherlands shine on Day 1 at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 17 June 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  4. ^ a b "France impress on Day 2 at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 18 June 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017.
  5. ^ "MVP Majstorovic headlines men's Team of the Tournament at FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017". FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017. FIBA. 21 June 2017. Retrieved 21 June 2017.

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