Video: Jeremy Lin Takes 27 Steps and No Travel Called | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Jeremy Lin: 10 Steps, Dribble, 10 More Steps, Bricks Layup (Video)

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, April 27th, 2014
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Jeremy Lin is looking forward to playing with Dwight Howard.

I can’t stop laughing at this….

What is amazing is that this wasn’t called a travel by the refs. What exactly were they looking at?

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  1. nba is fixed says:

    Does anybody still think the NBA is legit?

  2. Donald Sterling says:

    He did dribble. Check the slo-mo, Rob.

  3. legitmydoggiesingaporean says:

    You are pathetic as good reason clippers owners dispise u guys for lack of mind to see the real thing. Go wear your nigger socks, use ure nigger cornea and see the dribble before judging like a reefre

  4. Truth says:

    when you finish getting your eyes checked you may see that he , dribbled and the steps should start counting after the gather of the dribble, when he secures the ball back after the dribble, if you look at it like that you will see it is not even 3 steps but. if anything if you want to argue you can say he took 3 steps because his first was borderline when he was completing the dribble

  5. Chris says:

    He dribbled. I don’t get it.

  6. Do Your Research says:

    What were you looking at? Sure it looked like a travel but if you did enough research and watched the video just once in slow-mo, you clearly see him dribble. The fan’s didn’t react, the players didn’t react, and sure enough the officials didn’t react. You’re supposed to a writer?

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