FIBA 3x3 World Cup: PH bet Carlos settles for bronze in dunk contest, Krivenko tops Dupuy

3x3 Dunk Contest Highlights (2:17)

Filipino David Carlos nabbed the bronze medal after finishing the semifinals with 46 points. (2:17)

Dmitry Krivenko of Ukraine took home the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup dunk title on Tuesday night at the Philippine Arena.

The nicknamed "Smoove" bested France's Guy Dupuy in the final, 79-60.

Filipino David Carlos nabbed third place after finishing the semifinals with 46 points, edging Vadym Piddubchenko of Ukraine.

Carlos scored 21 on his first dunk, jumping over two members of Chooks-to-Go girls. For his second dunk, he flew over two people, with one sitting on top of the other's shoulders, to garner a score of 46. Carlos' score, however, was not enough for him to enter the final round.

Krivenko and Dupuy entered the finals with identical 51 scores in the semis.

In the finals, Dupuy ran out of time, resulting in a 0 output. Krivenko capitalized and scored 23 on his first dunk.

Dupuy got perfect scores on his last two dunks, including one where he caught the ball off the bounce, went between the legs, all while gliding over a bike rider. It was a jaw-dropping dunk for the guy they call the "Frequent Flyer," but his 0 first dunk cost him dearly.

Krivenko's finishing dunk came from a pass from his teammate. His Ukraine teammate did a 360-degree turn before passing it off to Krivenko who made a reverse dunk.

"This feels amazing. Winning it two times means a lot for me because I do it for Ukraine," Krivenko said. "I don't do it for anything else. It's for the medal and for the country."