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Old Tue Dec 01, 2020, 06:05pm
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Few plays (Video) from Stanford-North Carolina

Play #1 - Technical Foul on dunk



Play #2 - Spin move properly called.



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Old Tue Dec 01, 2020, 06:48pm
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Both good calls.

The travel was even a travel before the indicated moment (the yellow circle with "travel" on the screen) in the video breakdown. He caught it on his right foot and then hopped on his right foot. It was a travel at that moment. He then stepped with his left, then stepped again with the right. If the original hop hadn't occurred, the final step with the right would have also been a travel.
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It's even a travel at the beginning of the move -- the pivot foot is lifted before the ball is released. I wouldn't expect that to be called, though.

And, my ears hurt from the announcers.
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Both correct.

If your elbows bend and your body goes parallel to the floor while you’re grabbing the rim, you aren’t hanging for safety.
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Dunkin' Donuts ...

Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul Jabbar) probably caused the NCAA and the NFHS to ban dunking in the 1960s, seemingly to prevent injury and equipment damage. In the mid 1970's dunking in college and high school games was made legal again. Shattered backboards by Darryl Dawkins in the 1980's and broken backboard supports by Shaquille O'Neal in the 1990s led to breakaway rims and backboard support specifications in NFHS high school games.

Is it time to ease up on the dunking rules again, or do thousands of bent and broken rims on playground courts all over America tell us to do so would be foolish?

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Play added (video)

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He bobbles the ball before establishing a pivot foot, therefore his left foot is the pivot foot, not his right.

Not a travel.

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Dunk. I think you can justify a call or no call. I think that the chin up is called with inconsistency at many levels.

He traveled twice.

Spin move - When you break them down in slow motion 98%+ are travels. This is close and it actually looks like he fumbles the ball a bit during the spin. Does this change the end of the dribble?
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Spin move - When you break them down in slow motion 98%+ are travels. This is close and it actually looks like he fumbles the ball a bit during the spin. Does this change the end of the dribble?
The dribble still ended, but the bobble prevents him from initially establishing a pivot foot.


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Great call on the technical. I can guarantee you that with all the high level AAU he played and the showcase hs games he played, the referees were instructed not to call T's. Well the Valentine's and Luckie's of the world won't tolerate that...
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Old Wed Dec 02, 2020, 07:25pm
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Great call on the technical. I can guarantee you that with all the high level AAU he played and the showcase hs games he played, the referees were instructed not to call T's. Well the Valentine's and Luckie's of the world won't tolerate that...
In an EYBL game, I called a similar T on the top player out of Tennessee and did not get any kudos for it...LOL

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The dribble still ended, but the bobble prevents him from initially establishing a pivot foot.


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