On Monday night, Bojan Dubljevic added to his legacy as one of the greatest players in 7DAYS EuroCup history by leading Valencia Basket to the 2019 crown. The big man was at the fore of his team's success with 18 points and 8 rebounds as Valencia bested ALBA Berlin 89-63 in Game 3 to win the series in the maximum three games. Dubljevic only missed twice from the field in racking up a performance index rating of 27, which was the highest of any player in any game in the series. Fernando San Emeterio posted the second-highest index rating of Game 3 with 23. He also scored 18 for Valencia. The third-highest PIR came from Will Thomas with 21. Will Thomas, the MVP of the 2019 7DAYS EuroCup Finals, scored 15 for the winners.
Individual highs: Antione Diot of Valencia, 4 steals
Matt Thomas of Valencia and Rokas Giedraitis of ALBA were the top scorers in Game 3 with 19 points each. Will Thomas finished was the top scorer in the finals with 17.3 points per game. Dubljevic and ALBA forward Luke Sikma were the co-leaders for Game 3 with 8 rebounds each. Dubljevic finished as the series' top rebounder with 6.7 rebounds per game and Sikma was second at 6.3 Antione Diot led all Game 3 participants with 7 assists and 4 steals. ALBA playmaker Peyton Siva dished 5.7 assists per game, which were the most in the series. Diot tied Giedraitis as the finals' leaders in steals with 1.3 per game. Dennis Clifford blocked 3 shots to top the Game 3 charts and was one of three players to finish the series with an average of 1.0 blocks per game.