Riga beat San Juan PCI Group 21-15 to win the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Mexico City Masters ©Getty Images

The reigning International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 World Tour champions Riga have won their second consecutive Masters tournament in Mexico City after beating San Juan PCI Group 21-15 in the final.

The Latvian side, comprised of the country's four Tokyo 2020 gold medallists - Agnis Čavars, Edgars Krūmiņš, Kārlis Lasmanis and Nauris Miezis - won the eighth Masters title of their career in six and a half minutes in what was the fifth-fastest game of the entire World Tour season.

The win comes just one week after Riga took the trophy in Abu Dhabi.

Miezis netted his team's first six points on his way to a game-high eight points in the final.

The 30-year-old was joint top scorer of the tournament alongside teammate Lasmanis, who ranked first in player value and was named MVP of the event.

For his return to the World Tour, San Juan PCI Group's Luis Hernandez had a convincing showing in Mexico.

The Dominican Republic star had a six-point, nine-rebound double-five in the final and finished third overall in player value, after Lasmanis and Miezis, on the entire event.

Both teams had already qualified to the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Jeddah Final before the event in Saudi Arabia.

Russian side Gagarin and Lausanne Sport of Switzerland finished third and fifth in Mexico, respectively, to claim the last two places.

The Jeddah team finished fourth in Mexico City but receive automatic qualification to the next event, allowing Lausanne Sport to take the remaining spot.

In total, twelve teams will compete in the final - Ub, Liman, Amsterdam Talent&Pro, Antwerp, San Juan PCI Group, Jeddah, Sakiai Gulbele, Gagarin, Princeton, Graz and Lausanne Sport.