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    These days, I don't even know what constitutes a travel. Looked like two steps after the dribble, possibly three, but looked like two to me, so no travel.

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    Nope. Looked clean to me.
    To argue this would be to argue being allowed to take 3 steps on fast breaks.

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    Looked fine to me.

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    Two steps

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    no travel. He began the 'bound' kinda movement before the ball came off the floor back into his hand, after that it was 2 steps, so no, no travel.

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    You need to take 3 steps after the ball touches your hand for it to be a travel.

    So if the ball is still in a 'bounce motion', the steps taken cannot be used when calling a travel.

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    Nope, not a travel.

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    not even close. That wouldn't have been a travel in the NCAA's.

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    Uh, are you guys being facetious?

    By basketball standards, that was clearly a travel -- it was an illegal hopstep. However, by the NBA's standards, that's nothing.

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    i dunno... certainly not in the NBA... by official basketball rules? .. ya that looks like a travel
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    can we clarify what a "pro hop" is? That look like a clean pro hop and therefore no travel.

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    didn't notice the hop step. Totally legal in the NBA, but a travel at lower levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YounG n STuPiD View Post
    Uh, are you guys being facetious?

    By basketball standards, that was clearly a travel -- it was an illegal hopstep. However, by the NBA's standards, that's nothing.
    Bingo. That's how I saw it. The number of steps was irrelevant here, it's the hopstep which was illegal since he didn't land on two feet at the same time. Therefore, technically, it's clearly a travel.

    Either way, this is the NBA. You should know better. What's the motto... If it looks cool, rules don't matter?
    Last edited by kozelkid; 01-28-2012 at 10:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmacsc2 View Post
    can we clarify what a "pro hop" is? That look like a clean pro hop and therefore no travel.
    If you hop off one foot you cannot land on that same foot. That is a travel.
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