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31/08/2018
Press Release

Novi Sad Al Wahda's historic streak continues at FIBA 3x3 World Tour Debrecen Masters 2018

DEBRECEN (FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2018) - Novi Sad Al Wahda (SRB) won their 4th Masters of the season in Debrecen, Hungary on August 30, 2018.

The number one team in the world extended its winning streak to 22 games in a row  after defeating Riga (LAT) 21-10 in the final and became the first squad in 3x3 history to win 4 Masters in the same season.

Dusan Bulut won his 3rd MVP trophy of the season after scoring 11 points in the final alone and 44 points in 2 days, a season high for any player at the World Tour this year.

This is Novi Sad Al Wahda's 14th World Tour Masters title. They took home the USD 30,000 cheque for the 4th time this year after their success in Saskatoon, Prague and Lausanne.

In the individual contests, Ivan Nedeljkovic (Kragujevac, SRB) won the shoot-out while Ukraine star dunker Vadim 'Miller' Poddubchenko dominated the dunk contest and cashed in USD 2,500 in prize money.

STANDINGS
1.Novi Sad Al Wahda (SRB)
2. Riga (LAT)
3. Amsterdam Inoxdeals (NED)
4. Liman Tesla Voda (SRB)
5.Belgrade (SRB)
6.Ralja Intergalactic (SRB)
7.Vrbas Avai (SRB)
8.Humpolec Bernard (CZE)
9.Gagarin (RUS)
10.Kranj (SLO)
11.Kragujevac (SRB)
12.Budapest (HUN)
13.Zkalns Ghetto (LAT)
14.Zurich (SUI)
15.Bonn (GER)
16.Peterborough (GBR)

The 6th Masters of the season will be played in Mexico City on September 8-9, 2018.

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