Why Trey is not on this list???

karpasov

Active Member
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Full list here -
https://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/free-throws

OK, here are the facts:
A. Trey is a 0.905 FT shooter
B. That is a top 3 FT% this year (just behind Redick;ahead of Dirk!)
C. The benchmark for appearing on the list is "On pace to make 125 free throws"
D. TB shoots 2 FT/G and makes 1.8 (by BR - https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/burketr01.html)
E. He already made 57.
F. If he makes 1.8 a game, he needs 38 more games to score 125.
G. Utah has exactly 38 games left.
H. Trey is clearly 'on pace' to make 125 this year.

0.905 is a phenomenal achievement for any player especially for rooks. This is better % than Magic, Bird, Lebron or Durant had on their rookie season.

Just sayin'..
 

The Fresh Prince

Well-Known Member
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Full list here -
https://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/free-throws

OK, here are the facts:
A. Trey is a 0.905 FT shooter
B. That is a top 3 FT% this year (just behind Redick;ahead of Dirk!)
C. The benchmark for appearing on the list is "On pace to make 125 free throws"
D. TB shoots 2 FT/G and makes 1.8 (by BR - https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/burketr01.html)
E. He already made 57.
F. If he makes 1.8 a game, he needs 38 more games to score 125.
G. Utah has exactly 38 games left.
H. Trey is clearly 'on pace' to make 125 this year.

0.905 is a phenomenal achievement for any player especially for rooks. This is better % than Magic, Bird, Lebron or Durant had on their rookie season.

Just sayin'..
LeBron wasnt that good of a FT shooter his rookie season though.
 

seattlejazzfan

Well-Known Member
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Full list here -
https://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/free-throws

OK, here are the facts:
A. Trey is a 0.905 FT shooter
B. That is a top 3 FT% this year (just behind Redick;ahead of Dirk!)
C. The benchmark for appearing on the list is "On pace to make 125 free throws"
D. TB shoots 2 FT/G and makes 1.8 (by BR - https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/burketr01.html)
E. He already made 57.
F. If he makes 1.8 a game, he needs 38 more games to score 125.
G. Utah has exactly 38 games left.
H. Trey is clearly 'on pace' to make 125 this year.

0.905 is a phenomenal achievement for any player especially for rooks. This is better % than Magic, Bird, Lebron or Durant had on their rookie season.

Just sayin'..
I think you're making it more complicated than ESPN is making it. The Jazz have played 45 games - more than halfway through the schedule, yet Trey Burke, with his 57 makes is not yet halfway to 125 made FTs. Therefore, he is behind the pace.
 
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dalamon

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2018 Prediction Contest Winner
Hell collapse guys c'mon didn't you see him play in Summer League?
 

fgcamel

Well-Known Member
View attachment 3077

Full list here -
https://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/free-throws

OK, here are the facts:
A. Trey is a 0.905 FT shooter
B. That is a top 3 FT% this year (just behind Redick;ahead of Dirk!)

C. The benchmark for appearing on the list is "On pace to make 125 free throws"
D. TB shoots 2 FT/G and makes 1.8 (by BR - https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/b/burketr01.html)
E. He already made 57.
F. If he makes 1.8 a game, he needs 38 more games to score 125.
G. Utah has exactly 38 games left.
H. Trey is clearly 'on pace' to make 125 this year.

0.905 is a phenomenal achievement for any player especially for rooks. This is better % than Magic, Bird, Lebron or Durant had on their rookie season.

Just sayin'..
Two pieces of advice:

1. Change thread title to something like "Hey wow, Trey is a really good free throw shooter lets discuss"
2. Only include the bolded parts

Who cares if he qualifys for a list.
 
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