Nice dunk, and all that. But what really catches your attention, is the interesting call from the Cavs‘ broadcast team. Hickson absolutely what now … ?:
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travel. go refs
im sorry but did the ref say he absolutely f**ked him???
NICE, thats nice
eh not quite
Welcome in the NBA
How was that a travel?Go watch the replay again…1 dribble,2 steps.That’s not a travel in any league.
hickson is gonna kill bosh…a career night
Lebron still making JJ better from the Heat team. BOOK IT!!
It was a crab dribble.
Lol. “He absolutely FUNKED it.” Really, 50 year old white guys have no clue how to use slang.
Sounds like he got confused between “flushed it” and “thumped him.”
And something weird came out.
And I don’t see a travel, unless you’re counting the Euro rules where the ball has to hit the ground before you take a step.
Those aren’t the rules in the NBA, we don’t make the game easier for slow people.
Too bad afterward Humpty got 18 rebounds that night and help my Nets win the game hahah
He said thumped it. There was no confusion or mixing of words. Its thumps.
It sounds to me like, “thugged it”. Racist!
That was a great call. He absolutely thubbfged hmit indeed!
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Thumped, thumped, thumped. Open your ears people. Plain as day.
He absolutely thumped it is what I hear.
are you guys slow? he said clearly, “he absolutely thunked it” – thunk being onomatopoeia (a made up word that represents a sound). he wasn’t being dirty or racist or inappropriate. now go back to your day jobs.
Who accused him of being racist?
HE ABSOLUTELY THUMPED IT!!!!
as soon as he caught the rock he travelled, lowkey. watch both feet.
Do guys travel in the NBA? Yes. But that was not a travel. How come that always gets brought up damn near every video (on youtube too)? Sometimes I think if some of these guys were the refs there would be more turnovers than points.
Didn’t look like a travel to me. And Hickson got some serious air.
It was definitely a travel. The step you take when the ball touches the hand it picks it up with counts. He take a step and then a quick two more steps and dunks. Clearly a travel.
And the guy says “thumped him”
The term he used is debateable. The Kuleshov effect is not.
3 steps, par for the course on most NBA dunks, travel everywhere else.
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