It’s Back! 2015 FIBA 3×3 World Tour

The FIBA 3×3 World Tour is back! The battle for 3×3 supremacy will begin in Manila on 1-2 August before stops in Prague (8-9 August), Beijing (15-16 August), Lausanne (28-29 August), Mexico DF (9-10 September), Rio de Janeiro (26-27 September) and the World Tour Final in Abu Dhabi (15-16 October).

The FIBA 3×3 World Tour starts again on 1-2 August in Manila, Philippines and we look at ten reasons to follow the Manila Masters on FIBA 3×3’s official YouTube channel.

1. LIVESTREAM: All games in HD with on the commentaries Aaron Atayde, the voice of basketball in the Philippines
2. MORE VIDEOS: Dunk highlights, Top Plays, Interviews, Mixtapes. Will there be enough pop corn?
3. TALENT: The reigning champs Novi Sad Al Wahda start their title defence in the Philippines
4. RIVALRIES: The number one 3×3 player in the world says he will make Ljubljana and Doha pay for previous losses!
5. CLASH OF CULTURES: 12 teams, 10 countries and as many different ways to play the skillful game
6.TERRENCE ROMEO: Simply the best cross-over in the 3×3 game

7.ATMOSPHERE: Thousands of basketball-crazy fans packed on each and every floor of a gigantic shopping mall
8. DUNKS: The shortest pro dunker in the world Porter Maberry is in town.
9. ENTERTAINERS: Q-York, the band which wrote the World Tour anthem is on the mic

10. FINAL: Find out who will win the first two tickets to the World Tour Final in Abu Dhabi

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