2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships – Men's tournament

The men's tournament of the 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships hosted in Russia was contested by 24 teams.

2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships
Tournament details
Host countryRussia
CityMoscow
Dates5–8 June 2014 (2014-06-05 – 2014-06-08)
Teams24
Final positions
Champions Qatar (1st title)
Runners-up Serbia
Third place Russia
Fourth place Lithuania
2012
2016

Participating teamsEdit

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]

Preliminary roundEdit

Pool AEdit

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
           
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

Pool BEdit

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
           
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

Pool CEdit

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
           
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

Pool DEdit

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
           
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 stageEdit

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 Third place
C4   Puerto Rico 10
B1   Lithuania 20 B3   Russia 19
D2   Croatia 18 B1   Lithuania 18
D2   Croatia 21
A3   Tunisia 10

AwardsEdit

 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Champions – Men's  
 
Qatar
First title

Dunk contestEdit

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]

Qualification
Player Score from Dunks
1st 2nd Total
  Firas Lahyani (TUN) 29 30 59
  Yan Pengfei (CHN) 24 24 48
  Toni Vitali (CRO) 21 23 44
  Demetrius Miller (USA) 20 0 20[a]
  Patrich Bolstad (NZL) 20 0 20[a]
  Jan Stehlik (CZE) 19 0 19
  José Lopez (PUR) 19 0 19
[a]:Miller qualifies after winning a tie-breaker against Bolstad
Final Standing

After the Final held on 8 June 2014.

Player Total
Score
    Firas Lahyani (TUN) 119
    Yan Pengfei (CHN) 74
    Demetrius Miller (USA) 47
  Toni Vitali (CRO) 46

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "List of Teams". 2014 3x3 World Championships. FIBA. 5 May 2014. Archived from the original on 8 June 2014. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Nike Dunk Contest". 2014 FIBA 3x3 World Championships. FIBA. Archived from the original on 2015-12-23. Retrieved 21 December 2015.