Amritpal Singh leads Ahmedabad Wingers to fourth straight 3BL ‘Round’ title

  • Wingers meet Lucknow Ligers in the fourth straight Finals in 3BL Men’s Conference ‘B’, winning all four times
  • Indian national team centre Amritpal Singh named Most Valuable Player (MVP)

Chandigarh, 15th March 2022: Peerless Ahmedabad Wingers – led by Indian national team’s star duo of Amritpal Singh and Vishesh Bhriguvanshi – completed the formalities of a fourth straight ‘Round’ title in 3BL Men’s Conference ‘B’. ‘3BL’, the only 3X3 Professional Basketball League in India is backed by the Basketball Federation of India and the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). Ahmedabad Wingers’ 7ft foot centre Amritpal Singh, who is also a mainstay on the Indian team, was adjudged the MVP. The third season is being played at the Hotel Wyndham Chandigarh Mohali from 8th – 21st March 2022 and is seeing participation from top national and international men’s and women’s 3X3 basketball players.

Ahmedabad Wingers bt Lucknow Ligers 22-6 in the Finals

Facing off against fellow India player Sahaij Sekhon, the seasoned Singh and Bhriguvanshi proved too hot to handle yet again. While Ligers led in the early goings thanks to Sekhon’s sharpshooting, a now-familiar script played out thereafter. The Wingers’ strategy of feeding the ball inside to the 7ft giant Singh appears to have no counter.

“All teams have played against each other at least once or twice. [Other teams] have readied their defensive strategy against me, Vishesh and my other teammates. The competition has become a lot harder,” Singh said. 

While Singh may stress that the competition has heightened, Wingers’ 22-6 finals winning margin belies an altogether different story.

Singh was named MVP for the second time, matching Bhriguvanshi’s tally.

All said and done, for whatever it’s worth, Ligers remain the only Conference B team to have beaten the Wingers this season – a 21-17 win in their opening head-to-head Round 1 pool stage game.

Round 4 {Men’s Conference B} Results

Ahmedabad Wingers bt Lucknow Ligers 22-6
Ahmedabad Wingers bt Aizawl Legends 21-11
Lucknow Ligers bt Delhi Hoopers 17-15
League Rounds
Pool A
Ahmedabad Wingers bt Delhi Hoopers 21-15
Delhi Hoopers bt Chennai Icon 22-13
Ahmedabad Wingers bt Chennai Icon 22-10
Pool B
Aizawl Legends bt Lucknow Ligers 18-17
Kolkata Warriors bt Aizawl Legends 14-13
Lucknow Ligers bt Kolkata Warriors 21-16

All results, team lists, pools and schedule can be accessed on the FIBA 3×3 website.

About 3×3 Pro Basketball League (‘3BL’) Season 3

3BL is India’s only Basketball Federation of India (BFI) and International Basketball Federation (FIBA) backed3x3 Pro Basketball League. The third season of the League is underway in Chandigarh, between 8-21 March 2022, and will take place over six two-day rounds. 

Besides the chance to win each round, top teams also get the exclusive opportunity to compete at FIBA 3×3’s international circuit such as Challengers and World Tours.

‘3BL’ is an intellectual property of YKBK Enterprise Pvt. Ltd, under the leadership of Mr Rohit Bakshi (who is also the League Commissioner) and MrsPrerna Sharma (3BL Director).

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About 3×3 Basketball

Akin to the T20 version of cricket, 3×3 basketball is one of the fastest growing urban sports in the world. 

Compared to traditional 5×5:

  • 3×3 needs only a half-court and six players. 
  • It’s a 10-minute game. 
  • Highest score in 10 minutes or first team to score 21 points wins. 
  • Three-pointers are awarded two points, and two-pointers are awarded 1 point. 

3×3 is not only FIBA’s second official discipline but was played for the first time at the Tokyo 2021Olympics, and will also be included in the Commonwealth Games – Birmingham 2022, Asian Games 2022 and the Paris 2024 Olympics.

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