Was Bradley Beal’s play against the Pistons a travel? | The Jump


February 13, 2019

Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Tracy McGrady of The Jump weigh in on the apparently obvious travel that was not called against Bradley Beal during the Washington Wizards’ loss to the Detroit Pistons and break down what constitutes a travel in today’s NBA.

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10 thoughts on “Was Bradley Beal’s play against the Pistons a travel? | The Jump

  1. Flash2klife 1998 says:

    Blake Griffin though 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  2. Midknight1124 says:

    Guarantee Harden will now take advantage of this “lose control of the ball to gain 2 more steps” thing

  3. Damon Brown says:

    Hell naw

  4. André Vieira says:

    That tweet was the most ridiculous thing i’ve ever read

  5. Somerset Bassett says:

    Travel is a travel is a travel.

  6. newthrash1221 says:

    According to the refs, i can take my two steps and if i need to take more steps i can just bobble the ball a little bit and we all good? Lol what a joke.

  7. ZuberiGaming says:

    Refs are on cocaine trying to protect their colleagues

  8. dzonikg says:

    Is travel in basketball …dont know for NBA

  9. Lu says:

    Paul Pierce, that’s not just an extra step. These were three more steps!

  10. Denniz Dennett says:

    Who cares.. we’re talking about a play between the Wizards & Pistons, and the Pistons were up by 14.

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