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Re: i learned a new move in bball
« Reply #15 on: December 20, 2011, 03:50:47 pm »
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The fact that you do the eurostep which is a step in a direction and another step in the opposite direction is irrelevant - they are still two steps.

As far as gray areas of ruling - they could call travels on each pivot change the players do, and they do a ton of them.

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also, why do coaches teach that this move at 4:30 is NOT a travel?

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Re: i learned a new move in bball
« Reply #16 on: December 20, 2011, 05:56:45 pm »
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Haha now THAT's a huge travel.

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Re: i learned a new move in bball
« Reply #17 on: December 21, 2011, 12:41:02 am »
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The fact that you do the eurostep which is a step in a direction and another step in the opposite direction is irrelevant - they are still two steps.

As far as gray areas of ruling - they could call travels on each pivot change the players do, and they do a ton of them.

Who was arguing either of those two points?

I agree with both. I was unaware I said otherwise.
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Re: i learned a new move in bball
« Reply #18 on: December 21, 2011, 12:44:35 am »
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also, why do coaches teach that this move at 4:30 is NOT a travel?



That step through is a tough call. Not sure why it isn't called a travel more often and I see a lot of camps/coaches teaching it. My thought process on that move is that if you do the step you must jump off both feet at the same time to be within legal execution otherwise if you pick up your back/pivot foot first then it's a travel.

So I agree, definitely a travel with that video.
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Re: i learned a new move in bball
« Reply #19 on: December 21, 2011, 11:02:29 am »
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also, why do coaches teach that this move at 4:30 is NOT a travel?



That step through is a tough call. Not sure why it isn't called a travel more often and I see a lot of camps/coaches teaching it. My thought process on that move is that if you do the step you must jump off both feet at the same time to be within legal execution otherwise if you pick up your back/pivot foot first then it's a travel.

So I agree, definitely a travel with that video.

For sure they all teach that stupid illegal move even some of the "great" post coaches.  It's clearly a travel because pivot foot has been established.  No wonder nobody uses that move bc i wouldn't know if I'm getting called a travel or not.
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