They were: No.1 most points scored, best shooting value and fewest points allowed
Even without superstar Thibaut Vervoort, the brilliant Belgians have maintained their standing as a 3x3 force.
But just one title from 10 events this season wouldn't have sat well with Antwerp, who were on a mission in Sukhbaatar.
It wasn't easy with Antwerp surviving major tests against in-form Chinese teams Wuhan and Wuxi on Day One before their big challenge against a desperate Miami (USA) in the semis.
In an instant classic, Dennis Donkor went toe-to-toe with former NBA player Jimmer Fredette before Nick Celis hit the game winner to send Antwerp into the final, where they ended three-man Beijing's brave run.
It was a team effort from Antwerp, who were led by MVP Celis while Jonas Foerts and Donkor combined for 63 points.
Top Scorers: 1.Steve Sir (Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy, MGL) 39 pts 2. Karlis Lasmanis (Beijing, CHN) 38 pts 3. Jonas Foerts (Antwerp TOPdesk, BEL) 34 pts 4. Ulzii-Orshikh Myagmarsuren ( Zaisan MIGdaatgal, MGL)34 pts 5. Jimmer Fredette (Miami, USA) 31 pts
Key Stats: - The top four seeds made it through to the semis as in-form Wuxi and much-hyped Futian fell in the quarters. - Ulaanbaatar MMC's Steve Sir issued a reminder of his legendary shooting to tally a tournament high 39 points from four games. - Wuxi's Stefan Stojacic had an incredible Day One, posting triple-fives against Antwerp TOPdesk and Wuhan.