Zemun Master team won in FIBA 3×3 World Tour 2017 after defeating Novi Sad Al Wahda in heart-breaking final in the Chinese capital Beijing.

With the game tied (17:17) and the 12-second shot-clock running out, Bogdan Dragovic buried a desperation off-balance two-pointer from the 3×3 logo that sent the Chinese crowd at the Wukesong Hi-Up shopping mall on its feet.

The number one 3×3 team in the world Novi Sad Al Wahda could not get a shot off in time and lost 19-17, the end of an unbelievable 11-game winning streak in title games for them at the FIBA 3×3 World Tour.
Bogdan Dragovic was named MVP of the event and in the final game he scored 7 points, the most in the team of Zemun, while Lazar Rasic added another 6, along with Marko Dugosija and Nikola Vukovic who contributed 3 points apiece.

Zemun had never won a single World Tour event before the Bloomage Beijing Final. Twice this year they had lost in the championship game, both at the Chengdu and the Mexico City Masters. Novi Sad has won three Master titles ( in 7) in this season and they were looking to win their 3rd World Tour title, as they had annihilated two of their biggest rivals Liman ( in quarter final game) and Piran ( in semi-finals) in previous rounds.
This was the sixth edition of the FIBA 3×3 World Tour, where seven Masters tournaments were played, featured 7 Masters, starting on 15-16 July in Saskatoon, Canada also stopping in Utsunomiya (Japan), Prague, Lausanne, Debrecen, Chengdu and Mexico City. The Final saw the winners of all Masters along with remaining nest 3×3 teams in the world – totaling 12 teams that took part in the competition held in China capital. Serbia took part in this biggest 3×3 competition with 4 teams. Beside the finalist Zemun and Novi Sad, Liman (sixth place) and Belgrade (tenth place) were the participants at this tournament.
Fist six ranked teams were granted bonus payment, and Zemun Master won USD 40.000. Total award fund of the Final tournament was USD 100.000, while the award fund for all Master series – professional tours this season was doubled compared to the previous years and it was USD 600.000.