MIES (Switzerland) - There were plenty of crazy stats in the greatest ever FIBA 3x3 World Tour season and let's find some of the best in 2022.
Top player value in a game: Arvin Slagter (20.7) - Amsterdam HiPRO v Jeddah; Cebu Masters
This Dutch sniper slaughtered opponents in Cebu and none more than against Jeddah, where he scored an insane 16 points, including a crazy 7 of 10 from 2.
A three-man Amsterdam needed every bucket as they outlasted Jeddah 22-19 through the heroics of Slagter, who performed an in-game shoot out contest.
His scorching hot shooting almost turned the nets into flames and incredibly he didn't get tired despite having to play every second of the game with Amsterdam playing without a sub.
It's simply one of the greatest shooting performances ever seen on the World Tour and cements Slagter's reputation as one of the best sharpshooters in 3x3.
Most points in a game: Stefan Stojacic (17) - Vienna v Kaohsiung, Hong Kong Masters
Stefan Stojacic's ridiculous comeback for the ages had many memorable moments most notably at the Paris Masters, where he won MVP after scoring 50 points to lead Vienna to their first ever World Tour title.
But his masterpiece was in Hong Kong, where he had a staggering 17-point scoring binge against Kaohsiung. Stojacic was hitting twos like they were free throws with an insane 6 of 10 from beyond the arc in the highest individual scoring performance of the season.
The lights out performance was also the second best player value (20) on this season's World Tour as Stojacic put on a show to prove that 'Mr Robot' was rewired.
It's no surprise these spectacular Serbs finished with the best winning record on the World Tour after winning the first four Masters in 2022 before taking out the showpiece Abu Dhabi Final.
Ub won an amazing 34 of 41 games on the World Tour to finish with the best percentage ahead of Riga (77.8%) and Vienna (72.4%).
Fastest game: Riga v Lusail DAS, Riyadh Masters (4'55")
Riga were in the midst of a purple patch at the Riyadh Masters as part of a 27-game winning streak. They were clicking on all cylinders and Lusail could do nothing to stop them in what proved to be the fastest game of World Tour 2022.
Incredibly, the Latvians only needed 1 point from superstar Nauris Miezis as his teammates picked up the slack with a collective heat check, as Riga nailed 7 two-pieces.
If you blinked then you missed Riga's 22-9 beat down.
Longest game: Amsterdam HiPRO v Paris, Utrecht Masters (12'21")
This classic quarter-final in Utrecht was a heart-stopping contest that also doubled as the longest game on World Tour 2022.
It was shot to shot throughout and went into OT, which felt longer than Avatar: The Way of Water.
But hot shooting Franck Seguela proved the hero with an epic Maurice Lacroix buzzer beater from long range as Paris stunned Amsterdam.