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Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 9:20 am  |  15 responses

Victor Oladipo With the 360 Dunk vs Brooklyn Nets (VIDEO)

Steal, spin, slam.

After stealing the ball from Deron Williams, Orlando Magic rookie Victor Oladipo rose up for a 360-degree jam on the break.

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  • http://signup.divinerenergy.com/ Anthony Dixon

    WALK

  • speedy

    Exactly!
    Call the travel if a guy gets fancy and doesn’t know how to do it under the rules.
    In this case it is ridiculous. He made one dribble after taking the ball up near midcourt.

  • Dfrance

    Its not a travel, he only takes 2 steps after gathering the ball.

  • http://signup.divinerenergy.com/ Anthony Dixon

    LOL

  • i_ball

    He took like 4 steps – it’s a travel. But the refs shouldn’t call it

  • 360

    Clearly 4 steps bro, nice dunk though

  • Ugh

    His first is coming down with the ball still in the air.
    After that it looks like a two-and-a-half step Crabdribble to me.

  • Max

    I love it!

  • spit hot fiyah

    the magic will definitely compete this year. not the team you want to play if itäs your 3rd game in 4 nights

  • Matisse

    I’m with you. He takes two CLEAN steps and jumps with two feet. There isn’t enough blatant visual evidence to call a travel.

  • LP @ThisisEther

    Clearly a foul…How do you run through the ballhandler and steal the rock??? and with the wrong hand?

  • Dfrance

    Yeah that was a pretty bad no call, the refs were on that home cooking I guess.

  • CKLOH

    LMAO

  • VictorDeLaWood

    there should be a rule that states if you have the ball inside the 3 point line while the other team is behind the half court line you can do whatever the hell you want. Walk, tripple dribble, kick the ball into the net if you can!! 2 points!!

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