Awful Refs Miss Corey Brewer’s Blatant Traveling Violation


Minnesota Timberwolves forward Corey Brewer scored six points in his team’s blowout loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday—it should have been four.
Late in the first quarter, Brewer perfectly anticipated a Kevin Durant pass and came away with the steal and slam on the other end of the court. As you can see from the clip below, the only real problem is that Brewer took at least four steps on his way to the dunk:
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Uh…traveling occurs when a player takes at least three steps without dribbling, right? Or have I just misunderstood the rule for over 20 years?
I honestly don’t know how you miss this call, it’s not like there were players obstructing the view of any of the officials. Hell, even his teammates started looking at each other in disbelief.
Though I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised, you can even travel on game-winners these days:
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