3-point shot attempt
Mitchell has made 4 treys in a row to start the game.
That's an impressive statement to all the doubters.
|Splash||A made shot that only touches the basketball net|
|Swish||A made shot in basketball that hits only the net|
|Downtown||Beyond the 3-point line|
|Bucket||A made basketball shot|
|And one||A play where a player is fouled while making a basket|
|Alley oop||A pass to a teammate who puts the ball in the basket|
|On fire||Performing very well|
|Flop||An exaggerated fall|
|Ballin||Playing sports well|
|Putting on a clinic||Performing exceptionally well|
|Posterize||To dunk on an opponent|
In basketball, a trey is an attempt at a three-point shot. Trey gained popularity in the late-2000s, but it is unclear who first began using it for three-pointers. College basketball and NBA announcers often use the term when narrating players' shots from downtown. For example, an announcer may exclaim, "Curry with the trey to tie it!" Or, an announcer may say, "Towns' trey clanks off the rim."