Top 5 reasons to watch FIBA 3x3 World Tour Mexico City Masters 2018

MEXICO CITY (FIBA 3x3 World Tour 2018) - . The World Tour is back like Eminem and we're here to give you 5 reasons to tune it to the Mexico City Masters for free on our Facebook and YouTube channels this weekend. 


At number one, he’s the only 1 player in Mexico who’s won the event before. Wil Martinez scored one of the biggest Tissot buzzer beaters of all time, 2 years ago in the final of the Mexico City Masters. The Puerto Rican sniper returns with a young new squad, Team Ponce, that might be greener than Guacamole.

At 2, it’s a possible rematch of last week’s Berlin Challenger between Team Princeton and São Paulo DC. Princeton won Round 1 but Pretty Boy Luiz Soriani and the Chef Wil Evangelista are bringing more spice than habanero chilies to the Perisur Shopping Mall this weekend.

Coming up at 3, they’re like Salma Hayek, they just don’t age. NY Harlem are back after finishing 2nd in 2015 and 2016. That means more one-handed free throws , more sick handles and more athletic finish.

Number 4 is the return of Team Saskatoon and their captain Michael Linklater. Always as fast and each year stronger, this dude has arms bigger than that Mexican wrestler with the crazy blue mask.

And at Cinco de Mayo, I have a prophecy. The winners of the Mexico City Masters will NOT come from Serbia. So yes, Novi Sad Al Wahda and Liman Tesla Voda didn’t qualify for the event. In fact, not a single Serbian team made the trip to Latin America. So who will get the direct ticket to the Bloomage Beijing Final? Amsterdam Inoxdeals who finished 2nd in Japan? 2-time winners Ljubljana? Last year’s Chengdu Masters winners Piran? Come join us this weekend to find out.

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