LeBron James Plans to Keep Crab Dibble in Arsenal
"I’ve done that move plenty of times and I believe it’s a good move," he said after practice on Tuesday. "If they called it more consistently, then I guess it ain’t a good move then and I’ll change my game. But it’s not called consistently."
James was driving for a potential tying basket when referee Bill Spooner called him for the traveling violation. James was stunned and so were many of the Wizards, who have complained in the past that James takes extra steps when he attacks the basket.
Spooner explained his call in an e-mail: "3 steps on the move to the basket. Basic travel call."
An NBA spokesman said the league supports Spooner’s call.