It's hard to believe this one-man show has only been entertaining us this year. It feels like Thibaut Vervoort aka 'Must See TV' has been part of our viewing habits for ages.
Vervoort has been tearing up the pro circuit (top scorer on the pro season) where Antwerp are now one of the leading teams having made two Masters semi-finals on the World Tour and three Challengers titles.
The 23-year-old also led underdog Belgium to an impressive fourth-placed at the Tokyo Olympics but you feel he won't be satisfied with anything less than a podium finish in Paris.
He can do it all. This Belgian bad man is lights out from deep, he even nailed six - yes, six! - twos in a recent game at the Montreal Masters but he can also dunk the rim like he's auditioning for the next Space Jam movie.
Vervoort loves the big stage, so watch out for him in Paris!
At 2m (6ft 7in) and 100kg (220lb), Karl Lips is not to be messed with. The 25-year-old will lead underdog Estonia's charge in Paris and could be a breakout star.
He will arrive in hot form having dominated local events back home and loves performing for his country after an eye-catching display in the Europe Cup Qualifier in Romania to lead Estonia to a spot in Paris.
Remember the name because Karl Lips might be the kiss of death for opponents. And if you want the name of the writer who's making these lips puns, I won't say a word: my lips are sealed.
Franck Seguela (France)
The home fans will go crazy for this excitement machine who will lead the Europe Cup 2019 silver medalist's charge to go one better on home soil.
At 2m (6ft 7in) he's the complete package. Great handles? Check. Insane vision? Check. Shooter's touch? Check.
The 24-year-old star will be undoubtedly a fan favorite in Paris but could emerge a hero if he leads France to the promised land.
He appears a natural on the big international stage underlined by scoring 18 points in 4 games at the Europe Cup Qualifier in Israel, where the hosts were undefeated.
It has fuelled strong expectations and it's pressure that Palatin should be able to handle with ease.
Darius Tarvydas (Lithuania)
The 1.99m (6ft 6in) Tarvydas will come into Paris confident having been part of Sakiai Gulbele's semi-final finish at the recent Debrecen Masters.
He scored 23 points from 4 games to be a key cog of Sakiai's well-oiled machine and once again proved he is is one of the best in the business from outside the arc. Earlier in the year he memorably won the shoot-out contest in Doha.
Tarvydas wasn't part of Lithuania's bronze medal winning outfit at the Europe Cup two years ago but will surely have the motivation to get his country back onto the podium. After all, seven years ago, when most of you didn't know 3x3 even existed: he was on the team that won bronze for Lithuanian at the first-ever FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup in Bucharest.
Dimeo van der Horst (Netherlands)
He's known as 'Dimes' but this Dutchman is the ultimate walking bucket. When his high-profile Amsterdam Talent&Pro teammates couldn't hit a shot at the Debrecen Masters, it was the reliable 'Dimes' who carried the scoring load.
And he'll be relied upon in Paris, where the Netherlands are hoping to make a deep run having fallen short of a podium finish in Tokyo.
Van der Horst, typically, led the way for the Netherlands with a brilliant 51 points from 8 games and if he can match that effort in Paris then they might just paint the Eiffel Tower orange.
Michael Hicks (Poland)
No list is complete without arguably 3x3's greatest ever showman Michael Hicks aka 'Money in the bank'.
Hicks, of course, submitted his 3x3 Hall of Fame claim at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2019 bronze-medal game when he single-handedly beat mighty Serbia.
He tried to inspire Poland in Tokyo with a team-leading 41 points from 7 games but they exited early.
After that letdown, where Hicks had stated his only goal was to win a gold medal, Poland should be extremely motivated to redeem themselves in Paris.
Having steeled himself for weeks now, Michael Hicks will be locked in and raring to fire at the Europe Cup.
Ilia Karpenkov (Russia)
There won't be too many stronger players than this beast who stands at 2.04m (6ft 8in).
The 24-year-old was unstoppable inside during ROC's silver medal run at the Tokyo Olympics, where Karpenkov scored 51 points in 10 games.
It underlined the young talented core of Russia built from their success at the FIBA 3x3 U23 World Cup 2018 and 2019 - where Karpenkov finished second top scorer.
Russia's young guns clearly love playing with each other and it's little wonder when they've got almost an automatic bucket down low when Karpenkov feasts under the basket.
Miroslav Pasajlic (Serbia)
Not gonna lie, it's definitely gonna feel weird to have a Serbian team without Dusan Bulut or Dejan Majstorovic for the first time in Europe Cup history. But with the bulk of the Liman team starring Olympians Mihailo Vasic and Aleksandar Ratkov, not to mention Stefan Kojic AND the Ub star and Debrecen Masters MVP Miroslav Pasajlic, the Serbs should be in a good place.
The 26-year-old has been a star on the Enlio court the minute he introduced himself to 3x3, with a mixture of long balls, step backs and no-look dimes. The guy has proved he's not scared on any stage so we're not worried about him doing it for the first time with the Serbian flag on his chest.
Simon Finzgar (Slovenia)
The 'Sphinx" is the grand master of the World Tour and still punking opponents half his age.
Few players have a bag as deep as the OG Slovenian baller, who can still cross them up and embarrass defenders.
Like a bottle of Merlot, 41-year-old Finzgar keeps getting better with age as he showed at the Debrecen Masters with a team-high 19 points in 6 games.
You can just pencil him in to feature in our top 5 plays.
Yevhen Balaban (Ukraine)
The 25-year-old has been in strong form back home and he's promised to light up 3x3 ever since starring in Ukraine's second-placed finish at the FIBA 3x3 U23 World Cup 2019, where he scored 44 points from 7 games.
The electrifying versatile talent is ready to make his mark on 3x3 at the top level and has the perfect opportunity to do so in Paris against Europe's best.