The men's competition boasted a thrilling final between Canada and Australia, in which Patrick Anderson was the star player as his side triumphed 64-58.
He said afterwards the win felt as good as earning his gold medals from Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004.
He said: 'It feels sweet, this is my third time now and it feels like I'm winning for the first time. It's the tightest final we've ever played and it could've gone either way.'
'I feel like a little kid. They are a fantastic team and they make you scrap for 40 minutes. It was a great final,' he added.
The Australians turned their thoughts to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Coach Ben Ettridge said: 'We want to be the best at everything that we do and over the last four years we've made that our goal, so the result didn't go our way but I still think that our process can stand the test of time.
'We'll sit down and review and reload for Rio and be ready to go come January.'
I feel like a little kid... it was a great final.Patrick Anderson
In defeating Australia 58-44, Germany became women's champions for the first time.
Mareike Adermann scored a game-high 19 points in the final and the Australians came off second best for the third time in four Games.
'It is amazing. I can't realise it right now. It was an awesome game. We just pulled it together. We played as a team and it worked,' Adermann said.
Australia's Amber Merritt said: 'I'm so sad that we did not win gold. This is my first Paralympics and it is so amazing. We have the silver medal and I am so proud of the girls.'
The USA featured in both bronze medal clashes - the Netherland's won women's bronze after beating them 71-47, but they came away with men's bronze thanks to a 61-46 defeat of Great Britain.
Paul Schulte said: 'I feel good, but mixed emotions though, because the GB team was full of class-act guys. They were playing in front of a home crowd.
'We knew how bad they wanted it, we know the crowd wanted it for them. I can feel for them. We fought hard and hats off to them, they're a great team.'
Netherlands bronze medallist Mariska Beijer said: 'I was really excited at the beginning of the tournament and now as bronze medal winners I am so, so excited. It was fantastic playing here.'