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Amsterdam win FIBA 3x3 World Tour Ulaanbaatar 2024

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 Amsterdam (NED) celebrated a momentous victory at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Ulaanbaatar 2024 . They clinched their first World Tour win of the year by staving off red-hot Lausanne (SUI), 20-18, in front of some passionate fans in the final held on June 9 at the Sukhbaatar Square in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Their path to the Final included a tight win over hometown favorite Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy (MGL) and more victories against Ub Huishan NE (SRB) and Raudondvaris Hoptrans (LTU). In the championship match, they faced Lausanne, which was led by Westher Molteni and Raphael Wilson.

As anticipated, the showdown between Amsterdam and Lausanne was highly competitive. However, Worthy de Jong stole the show by showcasing 4 highlights. Not surprisingly, De Jong received the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award for the tournament. The Dutch stalwart showcased his offensive prowess throughout the event. He led the entire field in highlights with 19 on top of scoring a total of 30 points and tallying a total player value of 39.2.

In the crucial moments of the final, De Jong and the sweet-shooting Arvin Slagter emerged as the game-changers for Amsterdam. Their outstanding performances in the late stages secured Amsterdam's first World Tour event win of the year.

De Jong's performance in the Final included 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 key assist, and those 4 highlights, earning him the prestigious honor of World Tour MVP.

In the individual competitions, Raphael Wilson (Lausanne) tallied 13 points to take the Shoot Out Contest crown, while Grabo Grabowski prevailed in the Maurice Lacroix Dunk Contest.


1. Amsterdam (NED)
2. Lausanne (SUI)
3. Kandava Turiba (LAT)
4. Raudondvaris Hoptrans (LTU)
5. Ub Huishan NE (SRB)
6. Miami (USA)
7. Sansar (MGL)
8. Utsunomiya BREX EXE (JPN)
9. Beijing (CHN)
10. Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy (MGL)
11. Saitama ALPHAS EXE (JPN)
12. Zavkhan SAINSCORE (MGL)

After a short break, the FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2024 returns (June 22 - 23) in Chengdu, China.