- n. Plural form of trey.
“Bryant had trouble on long field goals last season; perfect on kicks under 40 yards, he converted less than half his treys beyond 40.”
“F Will Graves, a 37.1 percent three-point shooter with a team-high 73 treys, averaged 12.2 ppg in the final NIT games, nearly three points more than his season average.”
“If he's healthy next season, he could again be a top 3-point threat like was as a sophomore when he made a team-high 55 treys.”
“They shot 30.8 percent from beyond the arc this year (11th in the Southland) and attempted 15 or more treys in 20 of their 32 games.”
“The team would probably take that again in 2010-11, but it would be a lot easier to stomach his shooting more than 200 treys if another shooter stepped up into a consistent threat from beyond the arc.”
“He hit a team-leading 57 treys on the year, the seventh-highest total in the conference.”
“Senior guards Corey Allmond and Ashton Mitchell, with the help of Clavell's inside game, made the Bearkats one of the best 3-point shooting teams around, with Allmond's Rupp Arena record 11 treys against Kentucky in November highlighting the season.”
“But once you get your Larry Bird stroke down and start knocking down those treys, damned if it isn't strangely satisfying. $1, available on iPhone.”
“Jeffrey Forbes drained 47 treys -- one fewer than Dean -- and displayed as much offensive promise as his fellow frosh.”
“Ryan Staudacher also graduates after knocking down more than 200 treys in his stellar Montana career.”
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