Lin's reverse layup in Slo-mo.
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The NBA embarrassed itself with that call. LBJ takes 4 steps and no call, and then this...sad thing is when you play on a real basketball team your only allowed 1 1/2 steps, and then there are NBA rules...lol
I don't blame Jeremy for getting pissed at that call...ref should be fined
Traveling counts as TO.
In basketball, a turnover occurs when a player loses possession to the opposing team. This can result from the ball being stolen, the player making mistakes such as stepping out or throwing the ball out of bounds, or committing a violation (such as traveling) or committing an offensive foul.
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Lin caught the pass w/the "wrong leg."
Would definitely be a travel by international standards, but you don't often see it called in the NBA.
For example all the players who catch the ball on the ground, bounce on their feet and then shoot, that's a travel. But you'll never see it called.
Crap call by NBA standards.