The Frenchman is the midst of a purple patch and is coming off a devastating performance at the FIBA 3x3 Quebec Challenger, where he finished second in points (36) and player-value (40.3) to again show off his deadly inside-outside game.
It feels like perhaps Seguela doesn't always get the love compared to other stars and perhaps that's to do with Paris (FRA) having struggled on the World Tour this season.
The 26-year-old averages 5.5 ppg on the World Tour - compared to 7 ppg on the pro circuit where he won MVP at the FIBA 3x3 Bordeaux Challenger - but we're tipping him to deliver in spades at this Masters.
The 26-year-old has enjoyed his return to Antwerp this season and enters Debrecen with a swagger after taking home the MVP in Lausanne after a lights out display where he top-scored with 43 points and finished No.1 in player value (46.1).
Foerts has proven to be a breakout star after averaging 6.8 ppg on the World Tour and cemented himself as one of the best pure shooters with 37% from deep.
If he cooks up a storm in Debrecen then Foerts might just walk off with a second straight MVP.
You really thought we forgot this dude? Of course not, we've just left the best to last because 'Doctor Strange' remains No.1 for a reason.
And you just know he'll be in revenge mode after Ub Huishan NE's (SRB) perfect season ended when they fell in the quarters in Lausanne.
Stojacic was also a little down on his best, averaging 5.3 ppg compared to an overall mark of 6.8 ppg, but we'll allow the rare blemish. Because we just know he'll make up for that with a sublime performance next time around.