Dutch star Karin Kuijt had a game-high 9 points in the bronze-medal game and joined Palomares and MVP Logunova on the Team of the Tournament.
In the men's category, Latvia beat the World champions from Serbia and the European champions from Slovenia back-to-back to win the title on their first-ever appearance. They received their trophy from the hands of FIBA Europe Vice-President Cyriel Coomans.
The speedy Nauris Miezis had a team-high 7 points in a heart-breaking final against Slovenia (16-13) and earned MVP honors.
Lefty Karlis Lasmanis - who scored a game-winning two-pointer in overtime to knock-out Serbia in the semi-finals - added 6 points in the final.
Latvia limited Slovenia star Gasper Ovnik to just 2 points in the title game. His team-mate Simon Finzgar capped off an amazing tournament with a game-high 9 points in the final but could not help Slovenia defend the European crowd they had won last year in Bucharest, Romania.
In the bronze-medal game, arch-favorites Serbia suffered another dramatic loss in overtime against Ukraine. The number one 3x3 player in the world Dusan Domovic Bulut scored just 5 points and could not replicate the spectacular shammgod nutmeg move, which broke the Internet on the previous day. His team-mate Dejan Majstorovic added 8 points and was the top scorer of the tournament but for the first time in 3 years, Serbia come back home without a medal in a FIBA 3x3 national team competition.
After scoring two game-winners in overtime Mister Clutch Stanislav Timofeyenko (Ukraine) joined Finzgar and MVP Miezis on the Team of the Tournament.
Alexander Zakharov (Russia) took home gold in the shoot-out contest. After winning gold at the World Cup, Angelo Tsagarakis (France) earned silver this time while Biljana Pesovic (Serbia) struck bronze.
Final standings of the FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup 2017
Men 1. Latvia 2. Slovenia 3. Ukraine 4. Serbia 5. France 6. Russia 7. Netherlands 8. Spain 9. Switzerland 10. Turkey 11. Hungary 12. Czech Republic
Women 1. Russia 2. Spain 3. Netherlands 4. France 5. Italy 6. Switzerland 7. Hungary 8. Serbia 9. Czech Republic 10. Romania 11. Ireland 12. Slovakia
ABOUT FIBA 3x3 Exciting, urban and innovative, 3x3 is inspired by several forms of streetball played worldwide and is considered the world’s number one urban team sport. Steered by FIBA, games see two teams of three players face off on a basketball half-court.
It was played successfully for the first time in international competition at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore and since then has benefited from the launch of a yearly city-based FIBA 3x3 World Tour (www.fiba.basketball/3x3worldtour) and national-team FIBA 3x3 World Cup.
On June 9 2017, 3x3 was addded to the Olympic Program, starting from the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Nike is FIBA 3x3's Founding Partner.
FIBA 3x3 events are played on Sport Court's floors with Schelde backstops and benefit from Wilson's innovative and specially-made ball for 3x3.