The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 has concluded, marking the end of an eventful competition that witnessed the establishment of new records and the crowning of a fresh world champion. That is Germany. Here is a closer look at the standout performers throughout the entire tournament. Top scorers Slovenia's Luka Doncic finished as the scoring leader with 27.0 points per game. Luka Magic moved from Okinawa to Manila, where he averaged 28.0 points over three games. Jordan Clarkson of the Philippines (26.0) and Finland's Lauri Markkanen (24.8) finished right behind him as the No. 2 and 3 scorers respectively. Meanwhile, Canada's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (24.5) and Dominican Republic's Karl-Anthony Towns (24.4) round out the top five. ALSO READ: Dennis Schröder inspires Germany to first FIBA World Cup Top rebounders When it comes to rebounding, Cape Verde's Edy Tavares stood the tallest. He averaged 12.4 rebounds per game, including grabbing 14 boards in not just one but two games (against Venezuela and Japan). Speaking of Japan, Joshua Hawkinson finished second overall in rebounding with 10.8 boards per game. Leader in assists The FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 playmaking leader was Carlik Jones of South Sudan, who finished as the only player with a double-digit assist average of 10.4 per game. Jones, in fact, is the first player to average 10 or more assists for the entire duration of a tournament in World Cup history. Puerto Rico's Tremont Waters finished second with 9.2 assists per game, while New Zealand's Shea Ili and Japan's Yuki Kawamura each had 7.6 assists per game. Leader in steals As for steals, Waters also finished as the top pickpocket along with Egypt's Ehab Amin. Both had 2.6 steals per game. Doncic also did well in this area, averaging 2.5 swipes per contest, which was good for the Number Three overall. Leader in blocked shots We also saw South Sudan's Wenyen Gabriel as the overall blocks leader in the World Cup. He finished with 2.6 blocks per game, including swatting 6 shots in their final game against Angola. Egypt's Anas Mahmoud ended up Number Two with 2.2 blocks per game, while Greece's Georgios Papagiannis, Japan's Yuta Watanabe and the aforementioned Tavares each had 1.8 blocks per game to round out the top five. Efficiency leaders As for efficiency, Canada's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander truly stamped his class all tournament long, finishing with a 30.4 efficiency rating average. Hawkinson followed him with a 28.6 efficiency average, while Doncic and Jones each had 26.0. When it comes to three-point shooting, Davis Bertans of Latvia sank the most triples with 24 over 8 games. Italy's Marcus Spissu and Doncic finished right behind him with 23 treys apiece. Serbia's Bogdan Bogdanovic had 22 to finish Number Four, while two Canadians finished with 20 triples each (Dillon Brooks and Nickeil Alexander-Walker).