2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships – Men's tournament

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2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships
Men's tournament
Tournament information
Dates June 05–June 08
Host(s) Russia
Venue(s) Luzhniki Stadium
Teams 24
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The Men's Tournament of the 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships hosted in Russia was participated by 24 teams.

Participating teams[edit]

All five FIBA zones were represented. The top 24 teams, including the hosts, based on the FIBA National Federation ranking qualified for the tournament.[1]

Main tournament[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Poland[a] 5 4 1 90 76 +14 9
 Czech Republic[a] 5 4 1 88 67 +21 9
 Tunisia 5 4 1 64 60 +4 9
 United States 5 2 3 88 81 +7 7
 Netherlands 5 1 4 48 62 −14 6
 Germany 5 0 5 44 76 −32 5
Pts Ave
18.0
17.6
12.8
17.6
9.6
8.8
Poland Czech Republic Tunisia United States Netherlands Germany
22–21 9–10 20–18 22–16 17–11
21–22 17–11 21–15 8–7 21–12
10–9 11–17 21–20 13–7 9–7
18–20 15–21 20–21 13–11 22–8
16–22 7–8 7–13 11–13 7–6
11–17 12–21 7–9 8–22 6–7

Notes

a : Poland–Czech Republic 22–21

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Lithuania 5 4 1 86 63 +23 9
 Romania[a] 5 3 2 89 79 +10 8
 Russia[a] 5 3 2 88 67 +21 8
 Qatar 5 3 2 75 75 0 8
 Argentina 5 2 3 58 84 −26 7
 Venezuela 5 0 5 63 91 −28 5
Pts Ave
17.2
17.8
17.6
15.0
11.6
12.6
Lithuania Romania Russia Qatar Argentina Venezuela
17–16 19–13 11–15 18–8 21–11
16–17 19–17 17–15 18–19 19–11
13–19 17–19 19–14 21–3 18–12
15–11 15–17 14–19 14–12 17–16
8–18 19–18 3–21 12–14 16–13
11–21 11–19 12–18 16–17 13–16

Notes

a : Romania–Russia 19–17

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Estonia 5 4 1 78 58 +20 9
 Uruguay[a] 5 3 2 66 70 −4 8
 New Zealand[a] 5 3 2 73 57 +16 8
 Puerto Rico 5 2 3 56 69 −13 7
 Turkey 5 2 3 80 91 −11 7
 Brazil 5 1 4 73 81 −8 6
Pts Ave
15.6
13.2
14.6
11.2
16.0
14.6
Estonia Uruguay New Zealand Puerto Rico Turkey Brazil
14–6 10–6 14–8 18–19 22–19
6–14 16–15 13–7 14–21 17–13
6–10 15–16 14–7 21–14 17–10
8–14 7–13 7–14 20–15 14–13
19–18 21–14 14–21 15–20 11–18
19–22 13–17 10–17 13–14 18–11

Notes

a : Uruguay–New Zealand 16–15

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA PD Pts
 Serbia 5 4 1 100 66 +34 9
 Croatia 5 4 1 96 66 +30 9
 Slovenia 5 4 1 92 69 +23 9
 China 5 2 3 68 83 −15 7
 Japan 5 1 4 73 85 −12 6
 Indonesia 5 0 5 42 102 −60 5
Pts Ave
20.0
19.2
18.4
13.6
14.6
8.4
Serbia Croatia Slovenia China Japan Indonesia
18–19 21–18 21–14 21–9 19–6
19–18 14–15 21–8 21–18 21–7
18–21 15–14 19–11 18–14 22–9
14–21 8–21 11–19 14–13 21–9
9–21 18–21 14–18 13–14 19–11
6–19 7–21 9–22 9–21 11–19

Source:FIBA

Knockout stage[edit]

  Last 16 Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                                     
A1  Poland 17  
D4  China 7  
  A1  Poland 17  
 
  B3  Russia 21  
C2  Uruguay 9
B3  Russia 21  
  B3  Russia 11  
  D1  Serbia 19  
D1  Serbia 19  
A4  United States 15  
  D1  Serbia 22
 
  B2  Romania 21  
B2  Romania 19
C3  New Zealand 16  
  D1  Serbia 13
  B4  Qatar 18
C1  Estonia 10  
B4  Qatar 18  
  B4  Qatar 21
 
  A2  Czech Republic 17  
A2  Czech Republic 21
D3  Slovenia 8  
  B4  Qatar 14
  B1  Lithuania 13  
B1  Lithuania 14  
C4  Puerto Rico 10  
  B1  Lithuania 20 Third place
 
  D2  Croatia 18  
D2  Croatia 21
B3  Russia 19
A3  Tunisia 10     B1  Lithuania 18

Awards[edit]

 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Champions – Men's  

Qatar
First title

Dunk contest[edit]

The Dunk Contest also called Nike Dunk Contest due to sponsorship reasons, was held from 7–8 June 2014. Each team can enter 1 player to participate in the dunk contest. There are two phases, the qualification and the final, which consists of the semi-finals and final). Each player has three attempts to complete both a first and a second dunk which was graded by members of the jury (0 or 5-10). 7 players entered to the competition.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Teams". 2014 3x3 World Championships. FIBA. 5 May 2014. Retrieved 21 December 2015. 
  2. ^ "Nike Dunk Contest". 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships. FIBA. Retrieved 21 December 2015.