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    Worst travel never called (5 steps) caused winning an NBA title

    These kind of refs should never have a job with the NBA...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu5xy_54iRE

    A view from a different camera shows it is much worst than first site...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zmfnxXHRbo

    Even worst... Kwahi does it all the time in each and every game he plays...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=Vl8RvgLywz8

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    Yea that’s bad. The league really needs to do something about the poor officiating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckalis View Post
    LMAO. That slow-motion Kawhi evil-laugh audio at the end of this was on point. Whoever made that deserves an award.
    The Baker has come. Believe the hype.


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    I just realized that was from this game of zones episode:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTU8iRdwfGc

    Classic!
    The Baker has come. Believe the hype.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    LMAO. That slow-motion Kawhi evil-laugh audio at the end of this was on point. Whoever made that deserves an award.
    yeah... It really humiliates the NBA doesn't it? I mean we are talking on a "bazzer" that was all illegal and caused to win the title instead of have been disqualified in the 2nd round...

    No wonder why all refs suggested by the NBA to play in the FIBA World Championship have been cut... (ALL OF THEM!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    I just realized that was from this game of zones episode:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTU8iRdwfGc

    Classic!
    I wonder what happens to the game of zones now that the show is over. That **** is mad funny. Wonder if the keep it going or find something else to do a rip off of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    I just realized that was from this game of zones episode:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTU8iRdwfGc

    Classic!
    Excellent post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckalis View Post
    yeah... It really humiliates the NBA doesn't it? I mean we are talking on a "bazzer" that was all illegal and caused to win the title instead of have been disqualified in the 2nd round...

    No wonder why all refs suggested by the NBA to play in the FIBA World Championship have been cut... (ALL OF THEM!)
    Nice camera angle 👍🏼 He bounces the ball before the 3rd step but you can’t see it because of that angle.

    Also the score was tied. They woulda went to over time. Who knows what would have happened. You assume the raptors would lose ? Such a hater. I see nothings changed.

    You went from “ No one can stop the Bucks” “best team in the league, bring on the warriors” to “oh look the refs missed a call and that’s why Toronto won.” Child please.

    You know how many times Giannis gets away with a walk or gets sent to the free throw line on phantom calls ? You’re the last person that should say anything after an entire season of boasting about the Bucks only to watch them get handled on their home court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vee-Rex View Post
    LMAO. That slow-motion Kawhi evil-laugh audio at the end of this was on point. Whoever made that deserves an award.
    Seen it. That whole series is jokes lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith&wesson View Post
    Nice camera angle [emoji1360] He bounces the ball before the 3rd step but you can’t see it because of that angle.

    Also the score was tied. They woulda went to over time. Who knows what would have happened. You assume the raptors would lose ? Such a hater. I see nothings changed.

    You went from “ No one can stop the Bucks” “best team in the league, bring on the warriors” to “oh look the refs missed a call and that’s why Toronto won.” Child please.

    You know how many times Giannis gets away with a walk or gets sent to the free throw line on phantom calls ? You’re the last person that should say anything after an entire season of boasting about the Bucks only to watch them get handled on their home court.
    Giannis travels all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith&wesson View Post
    Nice camera angle 👍🏼 He bounces the ball before the 3rd step but you can’t see it because of that angle.

    Also the score was tied. They woulda went to over time. Who knows what would have happened. You assume the raptors would lose ? Such a hater. I see nothings changed.

    You went from “ No one can stop the Bucks” “best team in the league, bring on the warriors” to “oh look the refs missed a call and that’s why Toronto won.” Child please.

    You know how many times Giannis gets away with a walk or gets sent to the free throw line on phantom calls ? You’re the last person that should say anything after an entire season of boasting about the Bucks only to watch them get handled on their home court.
    He never bounces the ball before his fifth step and after having traveled 20 feet of ground... Look at the other video that includes another take from a different camera... It's in the O/P... LOL.

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    Refs miss travel calls all the time. There is just no way the refs were going to call it at that moment. It wasn't even in the L2M report.
    Last edited by aman_13; 07-14-2019 at 01:52 PM.
    “It’s about winning,” Stoudemire said. “You win, you’re going to get on national TV. Simple. In Phoenix, we won — Western Conference finals three, four years, playoffs every year. We won. If you don’t win, nobody really wants to see you.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG2TB View Post
    Giannis travels all the time.
    LOL... You obviously know very little on the rules of traveling...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1b_wZF81X0

    To be more specific... Here is what the latest additions to the rules as they've been agreed and signed by all different leagues (inc. the NBA) worldwide:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=887WqI30HDc

    Also:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traveling_(basketball)

    basketball rules on traveling have never changed, the rules were re-phrased and signed during 2017 by an international committee that included NBA representation under the supervision of FIBA's referee Mr. Rigas so that there is clear understanding by refs all over the world on the rules of traveling...

    Only one thing was altered and was added... that is "the first step before dribbling in transition" not to be violation was added in the rule book (it wasn't called be refs before, but it wasn't in the book)...

    The rules were rephrased so that it would be easier for refs to fully understand them...

    After his long experience Mr. Rigas (who has been the chief referee in 3 Olympic finals and another 3 World cup finals) realized that there was confusion between referees on what the pivot leg is...
    Pivot leg is the one that is first on the floor after a player stops dribbling or gains possession...

    The pivot leg can't be on the floor more than once, AFTER a player is taking steps towards the rim... It doesn't mean one step... it means two steps!

    Therefore the rule was rephrased (and not altered) so that it makes it simple for referees to recognize a travel when it occurs...

    In other words... A ref must only look watch which leg is the pivot leg and if he sees the same leg twice on the floor when the player moves without dribbling, that is a travel! If the payer touches the ground only once more with his (marked by the ref) pivot leg and then shoots, then there is no violation...

    Here is another example of a perfectly legal move... (pivot leg when possessing, other leg, pivot leg once more and shoot...):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixtJLU_Def4

    Yet, even the commentators and some players of the opponent are complaining, which caused Charles Barkley to explain the legacy of the move during the TV break...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KG2TB View Post
    Giannis travels all the time.
    LOL... You obviously know very little on the rules of traveling...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1b_wZF81X0

    To be more specific... Here is what the latest additions to the rules as they've been agreed and signed by all different leagues (inc. the NBA) worldwide:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=887WqI30HDc

    Also:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traveling_(basketball)

    Basketball rules on traveling have never changed, the rules were re-phrased and signed during 2017 by an international committee that included NBA representation under the supervision of FIBA's referee Mr. Rigas so that there is clear understanding by refs all over the world on the rules of traveling...

    Only one thing was altered and was added... that is "the first step before dribbling in transition" not to be violation was added in the rule book (it wasn't called be refs before, but it wasn't in the book)...

    The rules were rephrased so that it would be easier for refs to fully understand them...

    After his long experience Mr. Rigas (who has been the chief referee in 3 Olympic finals and another 3 World cup finals) realized that there was confusion between referees on what the pivot leg is...

    Pivot leg is the one that is first on the floor after a player stops dribbling or gains possession...

    The pivot leg can't be on the floor more than once, AFTER a player is taking steps towards the rim... It doesn't mean one step... it means two steps!

    Therefore the rule was rephrased (and not altered) so that it makes it simple for referees to recognize a travel when it occurs...

    In other words... A ref must only look watch which leg is the pivot leg and if he sees the same leg twice on the floor when the player moves without dribbling, that is a travel! If the payer touches the ground only once more with his (marked by the ref) pivot leg and then shoots, then there is no violation...

    Here is another example of a perfectly legal move... (pivot leg when possessing, other leg, pivot leg once more and shoot...):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixtJLU_Def4

    Yet, even the commentators and some players of the opponent are complaining, which caused Charles Barkley to explain the legacy of the move during the TV break...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aman_13 View Post
    Refs miss travel calls all the time. There is just no way the refs were going to call it at that moment. It wasn't even in the L2M report.
    I’m not particularly interested in this specific call but the that’s a horrible excuse. They miss it all the time... they shouldn’t be. They aren’t going to call it because of the moment... that’s even worse. I hate how the league is officiated. They need to make sweeping changes.

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