2 Stefan Milivojevic (SRB)
17/06/2024
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Partizan and San Juan renew rivalry at FIBA 3x3 World Tour Chengdu 2024

CHENGDU (China) - Just days after facing off in an epic battle, in-form Partizan (SRB) and San Juan Church's (PUR) will renew their rivalry in an intriguing Day One blockbuster at the FIBA 3x3 Chengdu  2024

No.3 seed Partizan will arrive with confidence after edging out the Puerto Ricans in a high-quality final at the Clermont-Ferrand Challenger

 

The clash will pit superstars Stefan Milivojevic and Antonio Ralat against each other and headlines Pool C also featuring Chongming (CHN). 

Top seed Ub Huishan NE (SRB) are under pressure having yet to win a title so far on this World Tour, including consecutive quarter-final exits.

Legendary Dejan Majstorovic returns, while the Stojacic brothers will again suit up and play alongside each other. 

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The Serbs will have an early challenge in Pool A against Beijing (CHN), who boast crowd favorite and dunk machine Yuanbo Zhu. 

Adazi (LAT) won't be a pushover because they have the New Gen of Latvian 3x3 and these young guns are ready to prove they are the real deal. 

No.2 seed Riffa (BRN) are loaded with Dennis Donkor on a scoring binge, while big fella Caspar Augustijnen has the deadly combination of size, strength and shooting. 

They'll battle it out with Princeton (USA), who will be flying the red, white and blue flag in Chengdu. Henry Caruso is the latest American star and he'll be looking to take his game to another level on the big stage of the World Tour. 

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Wuxi WenLv (CHN) will be aiming to go on a giant-killing run as the third team in Pool B. 

Having come so close to their first World Tour title, after a dazzling run in Ulaanbaatar, Lausanne (SUI) will be out to go one better this time around.

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They'll face an early litmus test against powerhouse Liman (SRB), who have loaded up in 2024 with the addition of star Marko Stevanovic. 

The third team will emerge from a loaded qualifying draw featuring Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy (MGL), Utrecht (NED) and Mumbai (IND). 

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