A triple threat is when you are in a position to do three things. Those three things generally include shooting, passing, and driving in to the lane. The triple threat position is usually done from outside the key (giving you room to pass and drive in). It is a very common stance.
The Triple Threat Position is a postition when you catch the ball and bend your knees so that you are protecting the ball. the Triple Threat is you can but up a shot, dribble, or pass from the position.
2. dribble (drive the lane)
3. pass (to teammate)
You can either drive it, pass it, or shoot it
Shoot, pass, or dribble
The nickname wasn't Triple Threat it was Lethal Weapon 3. The three were Kenny Anderson, Dennis Scott and Brian Oliver.
Someone or something that is a force to be reckoned with from three different angles. Such as a performer who is a good actor, a good singer, and a good dancer. He or she is a "triple threat".
A triple axel is when you do a couple of backwards crossovers , then turn to forwards , and push your body up into the air , in a scratch spin position , for three and a half rotations , then you land in a check out position.
It is triple Threat tag match where three people are in the ring at once. One person from each tag team
The triple threat is a basketball stance where you make any of three moves instead of just one. The term has come to mean anything that is massively powerful in a situation, such as an employee who can do many different jobs or a company that controls several different areas of business.
If you are referring to the old Triple Crown Line,they were Marcel Dionne, Dave Taylor and Charlie Simmer. The Kings are playing so badly these days I wouldn't call any of their players a threat, although some of their good young players such as Anze Kopitar and Dustin Brown may mature into NHL stars.
No, because you can figure it out by the context. It's actually a basketball term, for a stance where you can make any of three different moves instead of just one. See the link for more.
Consisting of three united; multiplied by three; threefold; as, a triple knot; a triple tie., Three times repeated; treble. See Treble., One of three; third., To make threefold, or thrice as much or as many; to treble; as, to triple the tax on coffee.
A three-story apartment building is often called a triple-decker; a sandwich with three pieces of bread is often called a triple-decker.
3 3 3... or three times three...(:
Because triple means three.