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That ending on Iverson was an absolutely perfect way to end the video.
ohh noo I spoiled the ending, bro just watch the video before checking the comments
Yep make a point and back it up.
You spoiled it😦
It was. Can we get a follow up video of how AI broke basketball 😂🤣
@Nate Anaya a grown ass man who whines like a child lmfao
My 2 NBA pet peeves: Not calling travelling, not calling charging fouls. The game would be better if they enforced the rules as written.
For me it's moving screens. 99% of the time nowadays it's not even a legit screen. It's straight up like a Left Tackle blocking a fucking pass rusher.
Especially the charge
Or change the rule?
Flopping bothers me more than both of the above. Floppers should get slapped with a 'T', even if they got fouled and are just exaggerating.
no the game wouldn’t.
This is such an important video. I'm glad you mentioned guys like Kobe who dominated because they had rock solid fundamentals, and not because they found ways to bend
@HIPHOP NEWS DAILY Imagine if he did.
@Tenacious Zen I agreed with you until one day I sat down and watched video of Harden taking it over and over in slo-mo. He's not technically traveling -- he gathers the ball off his dribble, does two steps (back) and a hop, which you are allowed when shooting, and releases. I've tried to learn it, but it goes completely against my basketball instincts. I confess that now I think it's brilliant.
I have been screaming from the mountain tops for a minute about that harden step back bein a damn travel.
Kobe was notorious for doing a crossover that was absolutely 100% similar to Iverson's in his first years in the league. Absolutely a carry as well.
like derozan his fundamentals are so tight he doesnt need to do any of these tricks
It's crazy how the league implemented strict carrying violation after this video got dropped
Who else is here after Poole kept getting called for carries and Kerr basically confirmed the NBA sent out an email about changes in officiating? The front office has to be watching these videos 😭
That one of Jordan was a travel oml and every face up post player does that 💀💀💀
Front office be like: "Make referees be stricter. They're onto us."
They definitely should be watching this videos. This is some of the best NBA analysis you're ever going to find. And for free too.
@ScottieDPOY what are you even saying
Wow it just shows me that kobe really was skilled asf man…Rip mamba we miss you 🐐
10:18 "Kobe was so effective without bending the rules" thats a travelling violation, pivot is in left foot and he lifts it before ball touching the floor (unless thers a difference with FIBA rules that i am not awhare of). Nice video tho, i liked it alot. Thumps up!!
@Schubsau1731 yes thats correct sir, "before ball touching the floor" is incorrect, ball must leave player's hand to not be a travel violation !!
yes its a travel. ball is still in his hands after he raises the pivot foot
I just discovered JxmyHighroller tonight. Good videos! Atypical perspective, usually saying things that I've been thinking for ages. Thanks Jxmy.
He has so much more Great videos watch them
An NBA Ref saw this video and starts calling traveling on Poole LOL
That ending was amazing. No final opinion. No diagnosis. Just silence. Here are the facts, you be the judge. Always will be a fan Jxmy
What’s the instrumental song
@Jonathan George I didn't say it was serious. I just answered the question you asked.
@grant nover i was just joking it never that serious
@Jonathan George do I agree with his subjective opinion? Yes I do.
@grant nover is it wrong?
"Is there anything better than à crossover that sends à player 10 ft in the wrong direction?" Had me dying😂😂
I almost vomited the first time I heard of a “hesi”
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They started calling out the players for the rule breaking! Love to see it!!
@Steven Zakaria Facts.
Nah Adam Silver most definitely watched this video.
You truly are one of the best to ever do this my man. Every episode, you never disappoint. I really look forward to having you do this on a bigger stage because you will kill it! As always, a great watch!
Facts! This is why every record is being so easily broken by players of today to the point where previous records don’t even seem that impressive anymore. The game today protects the offensive player so much vs back in the day defense was allowed and rules were strict. I get why they’re doing it though, creating more stars and people like fast paced offense, it’s fun to watch. But what I dislike about it is what it’s doing to the legacies of past players. There are a lot of players today that will pass up a lot of older stars records but some of them aren’t even half as good as the people they are passing up. They just have the luxury of playing in an era where the game is softer and rules favor the offensive player
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forgot to change accounts there eh?
How many times have I seen this comment
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Very well done, man. You're spot on. I'd also add how often Moving screens take place during a game. The 7ft-ers shimmy as they set the pick at the top of the arch...sometimes bodying the little guy, even though he initially had space to duck in front or behind...
Watch Thinking basketball, he covered almost every rule changes through the years.
Steven Adams does this on practically every screen he sets. It is so annoying.
Bro, no lie... I'm so glad you exposed Jordan Poole for that.
This makes me appreciate defense even more! Guys like Draymond, kawhi, Marcus smart, Gianis, Wiggins etc have a tough job and still manage to lock up on many plays
the rules have loosened so much it starts to affect other peoples careers, ruins the authenticity of the game to me
This is such an important video. I'm glad you mentioned guys like Kobe who dominated because they had rock solid fundamentals, and not because they found ways to bend the rules. We the fans turn a blind eye to it because we love the game and our team, but like everything else the game has become corrupted in the name of profit. At some point you have to choose between the integrity of the game and it's entertainment value.
@Matt Passos Being old I am more inclined to appreciate the basketball from the Brid, Magic, Jordan eras but I don't think you can claim the league has become less entertaining to the general public. The money the league makes now has far outpaced inflation. More of the people that matter to the bottom line appreciate the game with the insane 3's and 4 step offensive plays than they did the defensive and fundamental play of the 80's and 90's. I think it is part of the why work hard, just give me what I want syndrome but then again I am old.
That’s actually partially wrong, you see Kobe said he found ways in his book mama a mentality or bend the rules on the offensive and defensive sides even though he didn’t travel, he sure did find other ways to trick the refs becuase he knew the game which is smart but still bending the rules but I get your point of Kobe having rock solid fundamentals and how he somewhat played the game correctly
@Young Breezy nice one dweeb
@eFFeRRe exactly. mj would average 60 if he was allowed to just travel like that.
@Big John Cena also there’s a big difference between bending the rules and blatantly breaking them, like in the modern game
This video is the reason travels are being called so much
Perhaps THIS is the reason why players are "unguardable" and why players score so much more than in the 90s. For me, this kind of basketball is not attractive. I like hard defense with games less than 100 points. Only then is every basket a "highlight".
Thank you. I have been saying to the youngbloods here in my neighborhood that this harden step back back move is a travel and these fancy handles they see now are carries back in the day.
Keep on preaching cuz they need to learn basketball rules, not NBA rules!
I watched this video when it came out 2 months ago and I’m watching it again today. I’m sick of arguing with people saying, “oh, that’s a gather, 0, 1, 2 shoot” play. That’s 4 steps. And the carrying - it’s impossible to defend against anyone when they are allowed to make moves like this. Look, we know the rule have changed. I wish the league would just say, “we’re allowing carrying and traveling because it brings in more fans and more money”. Don’t play us for fools. The pursuit of the almighty dollar has changed the game to where it’s not even recognizable compared to Iverson’s time. There is a lot of talent in the nba today. It’s a shame we aren’t seeing them play the same game as their predecessors. I’m not sure if the nba will ever fix this. It’s too beneficial for them. It it hurts young kids, high school, and college players. They don’t get to make the same moves.
Kobe's footwork was always a thing of beauty. He had defenders scrambling not because of how fancy his dribble is but by how he used his footwork to create separation and get the ball off 🔥🔥
@BiggidyB remove simmons
his moves are basic that has been polished to the extent unguardable. its like having 4 skills in a game but above maximum level
Kobe travelled a lot
a lot of that has to do with the fact that he played basketball in Italy until he was 14, where the rules are very strict
Kobe travelled and carried all of the time lol. The idolization and mythicization of Kobe and his game is ridiculous. His rip through move is a travel. Its a travel that everyone in modern basketball uses and will always get away with.
KD Carrie’s the ball every time. How can you call him a great basketball player when what he plays isn’t even basketball?
Ahhh… there’s something so nostalgic about watching this video. My dad taught me basketball when I was growing up. I never got into it be it playing or watching but I still vividly remember what travelling is: your feet don’t touch the floor more than twice before the ball does once… period. Fast forward to the 2010s and I’m watching videos of NBA players talking about the game and one of them flat out says, “there’s no such thing as travelling.”What?! Then why do y’all even bother dribbling?If the NBA is loosening up on rules because they want to create more stars and/or are caving to fan pressure for more stars and more action, I think it just hurts the legacy of all of the players whose ‘star’ status becomes more of an asterisk on their name rather than the accolade it should be. Heroes are defined by their perseverance and success in the face of adversity. The rules of the game are a part of that adversity. If they can be bent or broken without consequence, they lose all relevance.
THANK YOU for this video 🙏I come from Europe and everytime I watch the NBA I‘m thinking „Well, that‘s a travel… that‘s a travel… and that too“ It‘s really amazing that the normal basketball rules don‘t apply at this level, everybody is just interested in the spectacle, including the refs. At this point, just change the rules
This video got passed around the league office like a bad cold. I'm happy about it, game is always better when they call it by the book.
Been a month without Jimmy. But whenever he posts, he never disappoints.
@Trippinator Machine lol ok
@Chavanun555 oh i wasn’t talking about you, I was talking about the main comment lmao
@Trippinator Machine just look at all the previous vids and the time in between lol. Every vid for the past months are all sponsored
Can’t rush perfection 💞
Oh really? How’d you know?
12:17 that was NOT completely clean! THREE STEPS. Everyone travels now. You're focused on the anomalies and then you call the most blatant ones clean? This is why I don't watch the NBA anymore. They all travel and get away with it and people like you don't even notice.
GOAT basketball youtuber, there's a lot of people I watch for different sports and Jxmy is definitely one of if not the best of the bunch in analyzing and bringing an argument into an often needed conversation. Props.
Love to see the male on male stroking, its everywhere
Fraudsters in the commentaries xD
Very very insightful & objective analysis.This video has definitely answered many of the lingering questions I had about the laxity in the rules of the NBA.Appreciated 👏🏾
Youve really made a whole movement with this video. Good Job!
My day just got a whole lot better. Thank you Jimmy.
@ForgiveZharion That’s crazy
Link to the clip : Thank me later plclip.com/video/mCfYi7634rU/wideo.html
Damn the officials have seen this and made an example out of the defending Champs today. Respect.
@TheOnlyGoodOneHere nah once you’re the best and you prove you belong the NBA will give u the leeway. They gave lebron the win in 2016 w suspending draymond the same day bogut got injured so it goes both ways for all big market teams fam
@Benel fair point, friend, but its just not that simple, NBA needs that top number 1 team with a guy on the team that can be the face guy of the league and they saw warriors and curry, because of curry's entertaining shots, they needed that one team to be that big money maker, it was Lakers with Kobe and Shaq, big 3 miami heat bron, wade, bosh, then you have warriors now, and before then it was magic and bird, and then jordans bulls, but they were not so bad, but they also help a dynasty team tremendously in being the clear cut best and winning
@TheOnlyGoodOneHere like 8 or 9 teams weren’t profitable last year, that’s when big market teams save them and the league
@TheOnlyGoodOneHere every team that generates 30% of the revenue for the whole nba can get away with some things business is business my boy
@Benel there is a difference between slightly moving screens, and full on sprinting tackle screens, or chopb blocks which warriors do and bogut has admitted was only allowed on that team, and I have watched every team play, on live streams, and they don't do as much as warriors do, if they were allowed to do, don't you think they would have absorbed all their plays and playbook screens like elevator by now? and yes MJ has admitted zone defense was allowed him to be great, career goes different, but when they took that out, he was averaging 20 when he got old, he still dominates, warriors on the other hand, who knows how many rings they truly win if they called out their illegal screening
It's a travel in hs. Not in the pros because they have the 0 step. A lot of the travel calls you're making aren't traveling. There's no limit to how many steps you can make in between dribbles. Pretty much the only legit calls you made this video are carrys
The way you make these videos is amazing. Very entertaining and easy to stay focused to. I learn quite alot about basketball from you as a racing fan!
Incredible video and thank you for arming me with the best reason I've heard for higher scoring today compared to back in the day. I will destroy people at parties with this knowledge you've bestowed upon me.
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as a kid i kept getting called with this one week in games, and it made me so self concious when practicing ball handling
It’s good to engrave in your muscle memory to avoid getting penalised. Although it does get annoying getting called for it in a game
the fact that this ended with Iverson being an innovator and trailblazer made this video so much better💯💯💯🙌🏾
9:28If anything, the difference between average and star players was more pronounced back then, not now. The overall skill hasn't changed much, but as you point out stars have greater leeway to break the rules which makes them appear to be better than their predecessors.
The final part of this video is what separates Jimmy from the rest of NBA community. GOAT.
Yooooooo. Did you see that Steve Kerr interview after the Heat game? The league sent out an notice that they're gonna crack down on carries, and Kerr asked (sarcastically) if they're going do that for traveling too😳😳. The league obviously watches your videos.
I really appreciate this. I’m not a rules expert and I don’t watch the NBA all that often but I see lots of clips from the NBA and I’m always thinking to myself, “…wait, that’s not a travel/carry/etc.?” But they are never ever called so I felt stupid for even noticing, because surely I was wrong.But I actually think the rules should be changed to reflect the actual change in the game. I’m no basketball star but I’ve always thought that particularly the rules regarding traveling were way too strict.
The NBA saw your video and changed the rules tonight 😂
My dad hasn’t watched basketball since the late 90’s and last week was the first time he saw since then and when he saw rhe Celtics and lakers play he constantly kept telling me how they were traveling and carrying. Times really do change
Allen Iverson oh yea you mean when Tim Donaghy, the cheating gambling ref started calling it to fix games he was betting on. You mean that Iverson. Good point?
Been watching NBA for 20+ years and this video is the best out there at showing why the likes of Jordan, Malone, Mcgrady, Kobe, Grant Hill and lots of other 90's players, in today's term of ignoring this rule, could easily average 35ppg.Well said by the commentator about Iverson, they should let him get away with his signature more often than not, thats why he averaged that season 5 turnovers per game. Today's NBA is soft and has lost its flair, if this rules was regularly applied today, Luka Doncic, Steph Curry would not score that much points as they currently are. Anyway, this is my opinion.
This video definitely caught the attention of the NBA. Steve Kerr even referenced Allen Iverson starting the trend of getting away with carries when he was talking about Jordan Poole being called for carries 3 times in his post game interview lol
Jimmy can make an hour long video & I'll still prioritize it over any other short vids. Thats how GOAT you are dude. Hats off 🔥
@Jack Edmunson he meant that if he did make one, he would watch it over any other short vids.
this video is 13 minutes long
How is 5:21 1 step? The ball isnt even in his left hand yet but you are already counting it 1 step? But yet the previous clips show a 0 step? Its the exact same thing as the previous. Gathering and taking a step, therefore 0.Now the rest of the steps, plus the carry then yeah definitely a travel. But the first step aint a step, its a gather step, therefore step 0
Beautiful video production: music, script, pacing, clip selection, flawless. As for the carrying and travels, I’m new to basketballs (2020 is when I got involved) and to me most of these travels were obvious but the carries weren’t. So long as the hand isn’t under the basketball, isn’t it fine? Like having your hand at the equator of the balls is fine, isn’t it?
Finally this is getting pointed out. The zero step is still worse though because you can have two hands on the ball while with these plays you still have to only have one hand and still come down and dribble again.
every time jxmmy makes a video about officiating, the nba goes and does something shortly after. first it was the jump fakes being fouls, now they called 11 travels in golden state vs mavs what the hell is going on
When you're sad there hasnt been a jxmyhighroller video in a month but then you realise that means it's gonna be more of a banger than usual
@simz Oh, enlighten us if you know more about travels then... I'm waiting...
@simz And you know better?
When u realise jimmy doesn’t fully understand the travel rule😢
This video actually changed the officiating as of last night
After this video, NBA refs called a lot of travel and carry and I love it lol. Thanks, Jxmy
For some of these it works bc steps aren’t counted if the ball has momentum (most of the time spinning). It was explained by dexton crutchfield.
BROOOOOOO!!! NBA probably watching your videos... NBA start calling a carry damnnnn
Ain’t no way you got the nba to change the rules lol
jimmy... do you know what you've done?
the jxmmy effect is real, Poole got called so much last game
After this Vid Everybody is being called for traveling 😂😂😂😂
That last graph where Giannis points barely dipped when they stopped calling flops is perfect😂 notice everybody else took a drastic dip
@Noob League Gaming facts 🤣 he play football for sure.
Tatum barely moved too
Giannis plays like a linebacker, alot like Shaq back in the day. So it basically evens outs. Giannis doesn't flop because he'll get more guarunteed points by lowering his shoulder instead of chancing a miss at the free throw line.
@Noob League Gaming Yep, Giannis and many other charge and get away with it.
Lmao that last graph, Embiid is the biggest flopper the sport has ever seen
Bro m not kidding after u drop this video refs are calling carry and travel on almost every play u have changed the refs and effected freaking NBA
This was all part of the league's plan of encouraging more points: looser traveling and carrying rules,,removing hand checking,,3 second defense rule. Also street ball culture (AND1) had it's influence on the NBA game.
Just watched then Jordan Poole got called 3 times in a game for this 😂
Honestly thought I was imagining seeing something different in a lot of guards dribble moves lately where I wasn’t sure if it was carrying, glad to know I wasn’t imagining things cause I there have been plenty of plays where I’m thinking…. Did the ball stay in the air more than they were moving their feet while driving? Tbh it comes with the game it’s ever changing either refs need to be stricter on the idea of carrying and define a step in a dribble move better or they need to change the context of what a carry is
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Jxmy is the perfect representation of quality over quantity. There may be some time between videos but each video is worth the watch
Except you can take as many steps as you want while dribbling. This has always been true.
THIS! we may wait, but this man hasnt missed! it’s so worth waiting!
I really began noticing players get away with this stuff by 2017, when perimeter players were on the rise. James Harden was goofy with it. They let Steph use it. Next thing I realized was players would carry the ball, when they teach you growing up, as something you don't do. Then the steps some players are allowed to take man, I start calling violations in my head.
It would be interesting to see how international refs call these moves on these players, or has the NBA's loosening of the rules affected the international game, too?
Good idea, Imagine FIBA refs officiating an NBA game?
8:53 dayum bro, your tone changed 0 to 100 like u finna slap them or smn lmaoo
Top notch video about something I thought about for a long time. You illustrated your point beautifully with exquisite editing and commentary.
One of your best videos yet. And that's saying something! Thank you for continuing to provide context and perspective on the world's greatest sport.
While I do agree that players do tend to get away with traveling a lot more now, I think a lot of the examples in the video count more as stutter steps. Technically you can take as many steps as you want in between dribbles, so long as you aren't carrying the ball. Depending on how liberal you are with what you consider a carry, a bunch of these clips could be seen as perfectly legal
Great video!!! I was surprised I didn’t see any Luka plays though. His Carrying is the most egregious to me
This video is just incredible especially that last bit at the end, the icing on the cake👏....the wait for this guy's content makes it all the worth while.
@Secret Schools lmaooo I didn’t realize the other account could be with the scam
@Johnny Hammer you could see how a follow-up reply would give the initial scam comment credibility. You or I might not fall for it, but a little kid, esp one who doesn’t speak English well, they’re more susceptible. I just don’t trust anyone anymore if I can’t look you in the eyes lol. STAY VIGILANT!
@Secret Schools Possibly. But I've seen the "thanks for watching..." bull everywhere, but never seen a collaborative effort.
@Johnny Hammer did you ever consider that both of them are in on the scam? 🤯
@LJ 44 That is a scam, dude. Jesus...
Incredible story telling my friend. Your content is amazing keep em coming.
Great video. This is just such a massive problem. It makes the NBA more a show than actual basketball. Unfortunately the majority of the people seem to want a show. Bunch of clowns to be honest.
incredible video. For me I'm all for today's basketball, maybe not so much for the obvious carrying or past the 3 steps with the exception of having it void with the '0' step I think this would be enough for the league to get back to the fundamental rules, but not beyond that because otherwise it might run the risk of faulting the game completely and make today's basketball players seem completely worthless. I'm also disregarding the fact you brought up about "imagine" what former players would do on the court if they would play in todays game isn't valid at all. We have amazing talented ball handlers with higher talent and YES I AM SORRY THAT IS THE WAY IT IS, everything evolves just as Tennis you thought of the golden era in tennis with Federer, Nadal, Djokovic now you have stunning players who plays at least as good as they did with even better performances and the same could be said before Federer with those who played with a wooden racquet before today's technology.. I mean this is how it should be viewed, try to tweak and eliminate obvious errors as I mentioned above and go from there
you basically ignored the vid
This is easily one of your best vids maybe ever. And that ending is SAVAGE!
IM SO HYPED THE SEASON STARTED! THANK U JXMY FOR GETTING ME THROUGH THE OFFSEASON! 🙏🏼🙏🏼
For Kawhi at the start of the video I remember I lived in Canada and I was a hardcore Raptors fan however I didn’t live at Toronto so I watched on my TV as I saw the carry I was yelling “PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD REF DON’T SE THIS” me my dad and my brother were crying when it went in but our mom looked at us like we were crazy 😂
Bro your content is on Netflix level documentary. The ending was absolute cherry on top!
Kyrie Irving traveled when he said completely clean go back and look he took 3 steps after picking up his dribble
love your vids keep up the good work!
Great video, the only thing wrong is that you're allowed to take as many steps as you want between dribbles as long as you don't carry or stop your dribble. Sometimes carrying and taking more steps usually correlates but the Kemba walker example was entirely clean
he’s not dribbling
'Dont carry or stop your dribble' is the key here... it has to be properly defined. Nowadays you can see a lot of player pictures in dribbling motion with hands clearly underneath. They allow that that today, but called for violation 20yrs ago. So if they allow that today, that means the definition of carry has already changed, and with that Giannis can possibly dribble once between halfcourt and the ring and dunk the ball regardless of how many quick steps he take. Does that sound legal ?
Of course! You don't travel if you use a lot of steps in between dribbles, as long as you don't carry it. Jordan used to love to stutter step in transition and it's perfectly legal.
@Will Dykema let's say I dribble driving to the basket. I gather on step and I can have 2 more steps. In eu gather step and 1. Is it the gather step that defines the pivot, or the next step? I walk parallel to my teammate and he passed me the ball, I gather on a step . In eu I must dribble while I lift my foot and before it touches again the ground. In NBA I think I could dribble just after the gather foot touches the ground for second time (as Jordan did in the clip). Is that the case?
@sakis deligiannis the ball has to be released out of the hand just before the pivot foot releases from the ground. That doesn’t mean the ball has to be away from the hand. More like your fingers have let go of the ball and the foot lifts. Our coach was also a collegiate official and was a stickler about this specific movement. That’s why you see this one called in the nba and then they let them get away with ridiculous types of travels.
The NBA must have watched this video since they apparently sent an email talking about carries yesterday and called it on Poole like 3 times
Ever since this video came out, refs been calling Carrys left and right lmao
Did you see Jordan Poole get called for 3 Carry’s against Miami this week? That was weird. The whole time I was like, “I wonder if the refs watched this video and decided to randomly call carrying” 🤷♂️
It all started with those Carries from IT( Celtics) allowing him to basically murk any defender on the outside. I remember when that was a big deal for a week or so then everyone forgot. Crazy that basically everyone is doing it now, and it has just become a basketball move that is acceptable
All these years I've thought I was crazy. I've watched players now and thought that a lot of times traveling or carrying wasn't being called but no one seemed to think the same. Thank you for the validation.
Bro who would argue against this. It’s super obvious carrying on almost every possession. Travel is pretty common too
They be telling we nitpick or we're haters. Yeah, sure. That's rich coming from them blind folks.
I swear bro same
@pat lin Yea I think we need to stop saying past players would be better in todays game. Thats always the outlook, just saying maybe we should change that narrative and say players of today couldnt score back in the day because they would travel every play. Incentivizes better basketball and i dont care if these goons can weasel their way to free buckets
yeah i really agree with the point that past players will be even greater in modern day, but the opposite is also true some of the star are not as great without able to bend the rule.
This is a great video I have to say. However, I would disagree with some of the calls here. One in particular, at 5:45, when you’re counting JP’s steps, his dribble is still active during the first part of his move. “1 step, 2 steps, 3 steps, 4 steps.” There isn’t a limit of steps while the ball is mid dribble. If I shuffle my feet 4 times while I’m in between a dribble, as long as my hand isn’t under the ball there’s nothing wrong with that. Same with the 2nd half of his move. JP hasn’t gathered the ball yet for you to count his first 2 steps when JC falls down. Some calls in this video are debatable, but most yes I will agree with you. Nice video 🔥
This guy is becoming prophetic. The game after this video the warriors got called for 8 carries, 4x in a row, and a bunch of travelsIt's like the refs watched this and took it personal lol
It's funny now that I finished watching this video. A lot of highlights I see on PLclip and IG where I'm like "damn that was clean!!" I go back and look at it again and say "o that's a travel or a carry" 😂 it's becoming more rampant now
The NBA would look like that crap from the 50’s if we adhered to “the rules” all the time. The NBA is what it is today because we allow players to push the boundaries.There is literally a book written on this to show the evolution of the game. IMO it’s the reason why the NBA stands apart from all other sports.
Great video. I've been complaining about this for years. Hard for me to even watch the games these days.
One thing to note about said rules: the players are getting away with moves that are OFFENSIVE in nature. More leeway for the offense = much more difficult for the defense.As said in the video, when you pick up the ball after using up 2 steps, you traditionally can only shoot or pass. But these days people are practically doing whatever they want after picking up the ball; how harder is it to defend? Makes it near impossible to. It then makes more people look much better than they are if judged by older rules.Best example, remember one of the newer rule change where the offense isn't supposed to move their body in an irregular manner towards the defense? James Harden looked pedestrian 😅😅