King wins scoring crown at FIBA 3x3 World Tour Hungary Masters 2020

2 Sept 2020

DEBRECEN (Hungary) - NY Harlem (USA) star Joey King led all scorers at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Hungary Masters 2020.

The former University of Minnesota standout impressed for his sophomore season on the 3x3 circuit, dropping 36 points in just 4 games. He scored in double digits twice (10 points vs. Sakiai (LTU) in the pool and 10 again vs. Ulaanbaatar MMC Energy (MGL) in the quarters.

The 26-year-old made most of his damage below the rim (72% inside the arc) but he once again showed great touch outside the arc especially in the corners (5/9 from long range).

Riga sniper Edgars Krumins finished 2nd in scoring with 31 points. The number 1 player in the world Dusan Bulut (Novi Sad, SRB) and the tournament MVP Karlis Lasmanis (Riga, LAT) were tied at 3rd with 30 points apiece.

In Player Value - our new metric to measure the overall statistical contribution of each player - Bulut finished 1st (35.2), ahead of King (34.8) and Lasmanis (32.4).