Basketball and India

3BL Season 2: Gurugram Masters and Kochi Stars announced as winners

India's only FIBA-recognised 3X3 league - the 3x3 Pro Basketball League Indian Sub-continent (3BL) - announced the winners for Season 2, over a year after its previous round - Round 4.

All four rounds of Season 2 were played Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, Punjab.

The Gurugram Masters, co-owned by Vikas Bansal and Rajeev Tiwari, were announced as the winners of Season 2 of the Men's League.

With a roster consisting of Bikramjit Gill, Rajan Sharma, Sushant Malhan, Ritik Dalal, and Tejinder Mahal, the Masters finished at the top of the standings of the Men's League with 360 points and 12 wins from their 14 games.

The Chandigarh Challengers consisting of Amjyot Singh and Dhruv Barman finished second on the final standings with 345 points while the Mumbai Heroes, heralded by Inderbir Singh Gill and Rajveer Singh, finished third with 330 points.

In the Women's League, which only played three rounds, the Kochi Stars were named the winners. Their roster, which is headlined by one of the greatest Indian basketball players of all-time in Geethu Anna Rahul, also included Smruthi Radhakrishnan, Sofi Sam, Neena Hareendran, Konika, and Vetcha Rajakumari Spruha.

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They finished atop the Women's League standings, winning seven of their 10 games, for 250 points. Pune Panthers finished in second with 240 points recording seven wins in their 11 games played while the Coimbatore Spunkies rounded up the podium in third with 220 points, winning six of their 10 games.

In the league's official release, Commissioner Rohit Bakshi states that "The next season will be held in March 2021."

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