The 28-year-old had a game-high 8 points in the final (21-14) against World Tour reigning champs Ljubljana (SLO), which he concluded with a big jam.
The 6ft 4in (1.94m) sharpshooter won MVP awards after leading all scorers in Debrecen with 40 points. He had a 11-point explosion in a quarter-final win against Warsaw and nearly completed one of the best ankle-breakers of the season in the pool phase against Amsterdam PM Inox.
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Second in the charts was Ljubljana's Jasmin Hercegovac. 'The Iceman' trailed Stojacic by just one point. The number four 3x3 player in the world caught fire in a semi-final thriller against Riga (21-20) with 13 points, including 6 shots from outside the arc.
Third was Karlis Lasmanis (Riga). On his first appearance at the World Tour, the 23-year-old Latvian star led his team in scoring and had 32 points in 4 games.