This is a tough field with all 12 teams sure to put everything on the line being so close to their World Cup dreams.
In the men's, FIBA 3x3 Asia Cup 2023 bronze medallists New Zealand should feel confident and boast deadly shooters Richard Rodger and Christopher McIntosh, who were part of the Tall Blacks' campaign in Singapore.
New Zealand also should have confidence against China if they meet at some stage after beating them in the Asia Cup bronze medal game.
Hosts Israel are the No.1 seeds for a reason and will have the crowd behind them, while Hungary and Slovenia are 3x3 OGs and always competitive.
It's a similar story in the women's where it will be loaded but we're starting with Asia Cup champs Australia after dynamic duo Marena Whittle and Alex Wilson were unstoppable in Singapore.