TOKYO/SENDAI (3x3) - The 26 year-old Dejan Majstorovic (Novi Sad) was the top scorer of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final in Sendai, Japan on 11-12 October 2014. The number 8 3x3 player in the world was unstoppable from behind the arc, nailing at least one two-pointer in each one of his games. He had a total of 11 long balls and 39 points.
'The Maestro' was especially lethal in clutch moments, scoring a personal tournament-high in the final against Saskatoon (CAN) with ten points, including a couple of two-pointers with a hand in his face.
The Serb was in good form in Sendai, winning the event, top scoring accolades and the Samsung Shoot-out Contest.
He edged out team-mate Dusan Domovic Bulut and the muscular Willie Murdaugh (Saskatoon) in the scoring charts.
Top 10 Scorers at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final:
|1. Dejan Majstorovic (Novi Sad)||39|
|2. Dusan Domovic Bulut (Novi Sad)||34|
|3. Willie Murdaugh (Saskatoon)||31|
|4. Michael Linklater (Saskatoon)||30|
|5. Mensud Julevic (Kranj)||27|
|6. Angel Santana (Bucharest)||26|
|7. Catalin Vlaicu (Bucharest)||24|
|8. Terrence Romeo (Manila West)||22|
|9. Jure Erzen (Kranj)||21|
|10. Bogdan Popescu (Bucharest)||20|
View the full scoring charts