Raudondvaris won the Debrecen leg of the FIBA 3x3 World Tour by a single point ©FIBA

Azeri team Neftchi stormed to gold in the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) 3x3 Women's Series Debrecen stop while Lithuanian side Raudondvaris clinched the men's World Tour title in the Hungarian city.

Neftchi were in formidable form as they brushed aside Düsseldorf Zoos 21-10 in the final.

The German outfit was looking for back-to-back Series wins after taking gold in Baku but a stunning performance from Brianna Fraser ended all hopes.

She starred with eight points and four rebounds in the deciding match for a player value score of 13.1.

Her team-mates also contributed as the four of them combined for 21 rebounds as they dominated the boards, with their opponents only managing six.

Hungary rounded out the top three for the bronze medal as they had a better win percentage, at 75, than fellow semi-final loser Lithuania's 50.

In the men's tournament, Marijus Uzupis scored the buzzer-beater to give Raudondvaris a thrilling 21-20 win over Tel Aviv.

After having an incredibly tough run of fixtures on the road to the final where they beat the likes of Miami, Paris and recent Lausanne winners Antwerp, the Aureljus Pukelis-led Raudondvaris picked up their first Masters win of the season.

Pukelis registered 13 points to outscore opponent Joaquin Szuchman by two in an enthralling battle between the two.

He was named as the tournament's most valuable player after finishing as top scorer with 49 points and the highest player value score of 50.1.

Antwerp narrowly finished third over Miami after they won three of four matches with a points average of 20.8.

The World Tour is set to head to Romania next with the Constanța leg scheduled for September 9 to 10 while the Women's Series goes to Vers-Pont-Du-Gard in France from Thursday (August 31) to Friday (September 1).