They really don’t call traveling in the NBA anymore
How many steps is too many steps?
The NBA rule book says two:
b. A player who receives the ball while he is progressing or upon completion of a dribble, may use a two-count rhythm in coming to a stop, passing or shooting the ball.
But, Corey Brewer does not care for the two-step rule, or three-step rule, or four-step rule….he doesn’t care about the rules alright?
En route to the basket on a fast break, Brewer takes more steps than a line dancer before going up for a dunk. The dunk counted as the refs either forget about the traveling rule or thought Michael Jordan changed his number again and moved to Minnesota.
How many steps is too many steps? The world may never know.