Miami beat Partizan 21-13 in the final for FIBA 3x3 World Tour gold ©FIBA

Miami won their second-ever International Basketball Federation 3x3 World Tour Masters event with a dominant 21-13 final victory against Serbian side Partizan in Abu Dhabi.

The American team were unstoppable en route to gold, taking six wins from as many matches in the Emirati capital.

These included a 21-19 triumph against Lausanne Sport LS in the semi-finals and a 21-13 quarter-final victory over fellow United States outfit Omaha.

They met Partizan in the decider who had just pulled off an overtime win against eventual bronze medallists Serbia's Ub Huishan NE in the last four.

Stefan Milivojevic led his side in the final with five points but it was to no avail as his side was truly outclassed.

Dylan Travis and Kareem Maddox's defensive prowess brought Partizan's firing attack to an abrupt halt.

On offense, Jimmer Fredette put in a scintillating performance with 12 points, three rebounds, and six highlight plays.

It was his second 10-point outing of the weekend and helped him to claim the event's most valuable player award.

He finished top of the overall scoring charts on 49 while also leading the player value table with a score of 61.1 points.

Fredette's superb assist to Canyon Barry sealed the win with two minutes and 49 seconds remaining.

In the individual events, Omaha's Trey Bardsley won the shoot-out contest while Polish athlete Rafał Lipiński was victorious in the dunk contest.

The World Tour is set to continue next week with the Wuxi leg in China from November 4 to 5.

Fredette, Barry, Maddox, and Travis came to the Emirati city less than a week after winning Pan American Games gold for the United States at Santiago 2023.

They beat host nation Chile 21-15 in the final with Barry top-scoring on eight points.