Dunk Contest

2016 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships
DUNK CONTEST 
Gold Zaccharie Mortant Belgium
Silver Alberto Pérez Spain
Bronze Krisztofer Durazi Hungary

 

Participants: Up to 1 player per team (men only)

Final
: The 2 finalists compete during 3 rounds. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

2016 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships
DUNK CONTEST - FINAL
 1st attempt 2nd attempt  3rd attempt TOTAL 
1 Zaccharie Mortant Belgium  26 22  0  48
2 Alberto Pérez Spain 23  23  0 46 


Rounds
: Players have 75 seconds and 3 attempts per round to complete a dunk. The only exception is the third round of the final where there is no time limit. The first successful dunk is considered the valid one. The dunks are marked (0, 5-10) by each one of the 5 members of the jury.

Medals: The player with the highest score wins gold, the final runner-up strikes silver and the player with the third-highest score in the semi-final earns a bronze medal.

Semi-Final
: Players compete during 2 rounds. The 2 players with the highest scores advance to the final. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

2016 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships
DUNK CONTEST - SEMI-FINAL
 1st attempt 2nd attempt  TOTAL 
1 Zaccharie Mortant Belgium 24  27  51 
2 Alberto Pérez Spain 24   27 51 
3 Krisztofer Durazi Hungary 27  24  51 
4 Urban Oman Slovenia  21 21 

 
Qualification: Players compete during 2 rounds. The 4 players with the highest scores advance to the next stage, which consists of a semi-final and a final. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

2016 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships
DUNK CONTEST - QUALIFICATION
 1st attempt 2nd attempt  TOTAL 
1 Krisztofer Durazi Hungary 27  24 51
2 Urban Oman Slovenia 26  25 51 
3 Alberto Pérez Spain 26  25  51 
4 Zaccharie Mortant Belgium 22  24 46
5 Samuel Waardenbur New Zealand  24 21  45 
6 Emanuele Giorgi Italy 24  21 45
7 Felipe Franklin Santos Brazil 21  22 43
8 Dylan Van Eyck Netherlands  22  21 43 
9 Sun Xin China 25  18  43 
10 Alexis Bartolomé Andorra  19 18  37 
11 Ahmed Abdelrahman Egypt 18  18  36 
12 Burak Atasever Turkey 24 24 
13 Tomás Cavallero  Argentina  0 19  19 

 

History:

YEAR VENUE GOLD SILVER BRONZE
2015 DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

PHILIPPINES (PHI)

Kobe Paras

USA (USA)

Jalek Felton

URUGUAY (URU)

Agustin da Costa

2013 JAKARTA, INDONESIA

PHILIPPINES (PHI)

Kobe Paras

SPAIN (ESP)

Antonio Morales

USA (USA)

Demonte Flannigan

 

CHINA (CHN)

Sun Ming Hui

2012 ALCOBENDAS, SPAIN

GERMANY (GER)

Terry Thomas

ESTONIA (EST)

Martin Jurtom

USA (USA)

Rondae Jefferson

Switzerland (SUI)

Cyril Baechler

2011 RIMINI, ITALY

CANADA (CAN)

Dyshwan Pierre

CZECH REPUBLIC (CZE)

Dalibor Fait

BULGARIA (BUL)

Alex Simeonov

DENMARK (DEN)

Alexander Birketoft