Breana Stewart was named MVP of the women’s Basketball World Cup Fiba 2018 after taking the United States to proclaim champions of the world for the third time in a row. The American forward was a key piece of the American selection in the tournament, and joined its recent awards of the WNBA MVP and WNBA Finals with Seattle storm. Stewart was a permanently fundamental factor for Americans throughout the competition and played many more minutes than any of his companions.
Stewart surpassed Liz Cambage, who had been the most important figure in Australia, averaging an average during the 23.8-point tournament per match and curdling some amazing exhibitions. However, he didn’t have his day in the final and the opals had to settle for the second place.
There were reasons for the double celebration of Diana Taurasi by adding another individual award to her endless list of titles. To all of this, the medal achieved by its selection was acceded.
Belgium, on the other hand, won the hearts of basketball fans around the world for their game, as they wrote a page of their story coming to semifinals in their debut. The Well-known Emma Meesseman was rewarded after leading her to score 18.5 points per crash and pick up 10.7 rebounds per match.
Finally, astou ndour finished his participation at the top. After being eliminated in the game against Australia of semi-Finals, the reference of the participated in the achievement of the third place and completed the ideal quintet taking a great ovation of the local stands.