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The Boston Globe


Point guard Trey Davis has flourished at UMass

He has own style, and it’s working quite well

AMHERST — Among the many attributes a point guard needs is the ability to observe, surveying the floor and waiting for the precise moment to do the right thing with the basketball. It’s part skill and part school, since the best point guards study defensive tendencies, then react when that opposition provides even the slightest opening.

Most good teams have one really good point guard. With the emergence this season of sophomore Trey Davis, the UMass Minutemen appear to have two.

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