You may think Sundiata Gaines’ (who?) game winner was the highlight of the night. But, I’ll never forget Korver giving LeBron a taste of his own medicine:
Tags: Cleveland Cavaliers, Kyle Korver, LeBron James, Sundiata Gaines, Utah Jazz
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The problem with the NBA all-stars (Kobe does this a lot… he just drives less) is that they almost catch the ball and take a step simultaneously, so refs REALLY don’t know if they stopped their dribble or just moved before the dribble reached their hand. I actually thought it was a legitimate move until it was slowed down.
You guys gotta stop whining.
OMG an NBA player got a block. Shouldn’t have counted. 3 steps clearly. waste of 50+ comments. peace.
trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrravel!!!! 3 steps
The traveling violation and the proceeding non-call highlights everything that is wrong with time, space and the vague sheen of humanity the NBA is ensconced within.
What pisses me off just as much, if not more than the no-call on the travel, is the fact that LeBron has a b!tch about not getting a f*cking foul call. Talented though he is, he will still always be Queen James to me.
It seems like LeBron would love the dunk contest, since dribbling isn’t enforced at all.
You people are really big lebron haters seriously, I’m a Kobe stan so I’m saying this out of personal experience and from watching a lot of basketball. HE IS NOT TRAVELING! I did that all through high school and I never was called for travel. All high school, college, nba, and street ballers do what lebron just did. It isn’t travel. It is 2 steps. If it wasn’t Lebron would not have jumped off his left foot AND THATS FACTS!
Yeah, why all the hate for Lebron, the guy is probably the most amazing athlete in any sport.
a taste of his own medicine…hell, that was way too many steps…curiously the ref didn’t see it…
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