How Does He Get Away With This?

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  • Damn bro you have amazing content....the background music...the production quality...the information....its really something

    Warren CarterWarren CarterPrieš 3 val
  • James Harden is a Herb & Straight-Up Trash.

    Mark CMark CPrieš 2 dienas
  • Omg How about you and James Harden go get a room buddy and Stay the hell out of my video recommendations. James Harden‘s best play was flopping on that Ron Artest elbow.Everybody knows he hooked Ron Artest elbow withThe side of his dome .hardens a dirty player. He could’ve broken or dislocated Ron’s elbow with that overtly flagrant act. Not a fan. Dont be head butting peoples elbows. Go head butt your own elbow James

    Yung TréYung TréPrieš 2 dienas
  • With rules favoring the offense, you'd think they would be scoring way more than a long time ago but they aren't so it shows where the talent was

    stay-humblestay-humblePrieš 2 dienas
  • With the rule change on fouls, I'll be interested to see what the master artist is up to next. Why master artist? Well because he mostly _draws_ fouls

    Anurag ChoudhuryAnurag ChoudhuryPrieš 2 dienas
  • The double step back is fucking ridiculous.

    Red RedRed RedPrieš 3 dienas
  • He's a Sneaky player

    Rahiem ThomasRahiem ThomasPrieš 3 dienas
  • He do be spitting facts, thankfully I'm a streetball player so I don't gotta worry about guarding people like him.

    SteadyStepSteadyStepPrieš 4 dienas
  • You are over rating harden. This fool don't play defense. I'd never start him

    Dennis DelacruzDennis DelacruzPrieš 5 dienų
  • In this day and age of "alternative facts", Harden flourishes. This new wave of traveling, is still just that. You can call it a shuffle or anything else you want but to pick up your dribble and then move your pivot foot AT ALL is a travel.

    Kenneth BeattyKenneth BeattyPrieš 5 dienų
  • So in the olympics and the FIBA world cup Harden would barely make it to 5 points, I played basketball for 10 years and that was the problem for NBA fans in the world, I would always get a violation when I tried to copy Iverson or Kobe moves, but watching the NBA it was what the crowd cheered for the most !!!

    Mahrez MusMahrez MusPrieš 5 dienų
  • Harden ruined his career going to Brooklyn

    matthew schellingermatthew schellingerPrieš 5 dienų
  • Harden has such a high basketball IQ

    Daniel CeltaDaniel CeltaPrieš 5 dienų
  • The arm hook is clearly an offensive foul - he's grabbing the defender - it's just very hard to see. It's not the stepbacks or the creative non-travels that annoy me about Harden. It's the flopping, the arm-flailing, and the nonstop whining. It's the entitled attitude that means every play either ends with him taunting his defender or whining to a ref. The funny thing is that he's actually really fun to watch when he's not in complete slowdown mode. He's got a fantastic handle, he's incredibly smart, and he's one of the best passers in the league. He just whines and flops his way onto the villains list.

    Jeffrey GrayJeffrey GrayPrieš 5 dienų
  • Lol "0 Step" i call it the "3 step"

    Wurst SemmelWurst SemmelPrieš 5 dienų
  • There is nothing wrong with it when you know defense now is more free

    Max 2099Max 2099Prieš 6 dienų
  • his moves only work in the regular season he struggles in the playoffs his averages are down in the playoffs

    slade joseph wilsonslade joseph wilsonPrieš 7 dienų
  • Living proof you can make a career out of flopping in today's NBA. 🤣🤣🤣🖕🖕🖕

    BoricuaFlavoredBoricuaFlavoredPrieš 7 dienų
  • zero step would get you booted in pick up

    Akhil KatakamAkhil KatakamPrieš 8 dienų
  • so basically 3 steps while holding the ball is legal?

    DJPlayzDJPlayzPrieš 9 dienų
  • False revol?

    Ryan SchiefelbeinRyan SchiefelbeinPrieš 9 dienų
  • So when team USA misses out on gold this summer we all know who to thank for making the NBA soft and easy to score, so the players aren't prepared for FIBA rules.

    JohnJacob JingleHeimer-SchmidtJohnJacob JingleHeimer-SchmidtPrieš 9 dienų
    • Im sure they will adapt accordingly.

      KrimreeperKrimreeperPrieš 9 dienų
  • The Kyrie Steph step backs were called travels

    lachylachyPrieš 10 dienų
  • giannis > harden

    blqestblqestPrieš 10 dienų
  • And this is why I don't care for the game anymore.

    Ed NoLastEd NoLastPrieš 10 dienų
  • Here we are sponsored by(skip 30 sec)

    monkkmonkkPrieš 10 dienų
  • Mesmerizing.

    Kevin CHillsKevin CHillsPrieš 11 dienų
  • Vary informative

    Norman SmithNorman SmithPrieš 12 dienų
  • 5:25 XD

    Grounder's MasterpiecesGrounder's MasterpiecesPrieš 13 dienų
  • This man hacked the NBA rule book

    Abdul-Barry RabiuAbdul-Barry RabiuPrieš 15 dienų
  • Finally someone else notice this I knew this after his 2 or 3 year in Huston.

    Strip 4GxxdrichStrip 4GxxdrichPrieš 15 dienų
  • How do you get those clips lol

    HazuimiHazuimiPrieš 15 dienų
  • 10:20 Goaltending was illegal before Mikan. But they did widen the lane from the key-hole shape because of him. The Chamberlain dunk-from-the-foul line may be a myth but, again, they widened the lane because of him. And they made a rule penalizing off-ball fouls. And a revision, or maybe an invention. of the rule against offensive goaltending. And... I think there were others. And for Alcindor (Abdul Jabbar) the college game outlawed dunking...

    Gandy dancerGandy dancerPrieš 16 dienų
  • 8:45 This "double step back" is clearly a travel. Harden has clearly gathered the ball before his left foot first strikes the ground, so the second time it does so is step#3.

    Gandy dancerGandy dancerPrieš 16 dienų
  • Last I looked there is no "zero step" in the RULES. What you put on screen ("The zero step refers...") is official, but it is official COMMENTARY, not a rule. And what it MEANS is not at all clear. The NBA is simply bad at this. When the rule was rewritten in 2007 (iirc) the league declared that they were just updating the rules to reflect the fact that the game was not being officiated in accord with the then-current rulebook, and that nothing about officiating would change. Relaxed (if I am kind) interpretation of "travel" had been an obnoxious CHOICE for many years (progressively worse since some time in the '60s or early '70s). But they were wrong about the new wording. It allowed all sorts of things that had never been allowed, and Harden more than any other proceeded to demonstrate this. I can't blame him. HE didn't do the rewrite, he just thought more clearly than the league about what they had written and acted on his insights. Now, the "zero step" at 8:00 is only a "zero step", i.e. doesn't count towards the allowed two steps, IF the foot in on the floor BEFORE the ball is gathered. If it lands even infinitesimally after the gather it counts as the first step of the two. How hard is it for you to produce the photo of either the foot on the ground before Harden cups the ball or the photo of the ball being cupped before the foot touches? Because THAT s what might show whether what he did was legal or a violation. The instance you chose is not the best to see this, even if you set the video to run at .25. I say "might" because it's not actually clear when the gather counts as having taken place. Is it when the cupping hand touches the ball, or is when the player "gains control" of the ball somehow different than that? Because current and long-standing obnoxious practice allows ball-cupping followed by resumption of the dribble it's really hard or maybe even arbitrary how you decide this. 9:23 JH here gets things entirely backasswards. He says "Gather, zero step..." NO! If the "zero step" is AFTER the gather, then you have to count it and it's not a "zero step"! The RULE gives you a two-count after the gather. THAT is what the (newish) RULE says. Frankly it's absurd to make this video and quote obnly the commentary and not the actual rule, so here it is: "[Rule 10] Section XIII-Traveling ... b. A player who gathers the ball while dribbling may take two steps in coming to a stop, passing, or shooting the ball. 1) The first step occurs when a foot, or both feet, touch the floor after gaining control of the ball. [If this isn't when the cupping hand first touches the ball, when?] 2) The second step occurs after the first step when the other foot touches the floor, or both feet touch the floor simultaneously." Note that there is absolutely no mention of any "zero step". That last phrase I quoted ("both feet touch the floor simultaneously") is complete garbage as in reality nothing is truly simultaneous, but that (allegedly two-footed jump stops counting as one step) is a discussion for a different day as it is anyway not relevant to Harden's steps 2 and 3 when he takes them as those do not pretend to be simultaneous. But he does travel on that "double step back". And somtimes he simply doesn't get his "zero step" down before his gather. And the arm trick is sometimes an offensive foul. And sometimes he gets his legs into the defender's space in a successful effort to get an unjustified foul call. So, yes, Harden does break the rules. But even if the refs were acute enough to catch those it wouldn't make a huge difference, Mostly what he does is legal even if it shouldn't be.

    Gandy dancerGandy dancerPrieš 16 dienų
  • Harden is the type of player to walk the entire court. Make the bucket and get a foul when no one is around.

    Robert RodriguezRobert RodriguezPrieš 17 dienų
  • Harden, the last rule bender

    ShroudOLightningShroudOLightningPrieš 18 dienų
  • James Harden pulling Todd's King Move

    EzorielTVEzorielTVPrieš 18 dienų
  • Harden would of gotten SCHOOLED 20 years ago in the NBA

    Jeff HenningJeff HenningPrieš 19 dienų
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    Pearson TranPearson TranPrieš 21 dieną
  • “Just talk 7 steps a hop skip and a jump back to the 3 point line” had me dead 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    J MooreJ MoorePrieš 22 dienas
  • Repent and get right with God before it’s too late, Transfer your trust from yourself to the SAVIOR

    Yolo BoyYolo BoyPrieš 24 dienas
  • James harden used to be a smart rule bending player... now he is just a honeybun

    chef sweatyboichef sweatyboiPrieš 25 dienų
  • Only the other day I thought that players get away with a lot of palming of the ball

    Matty SykesMatty SykesPrieš 25 dienų
  • So essentially the NBA is Activision and Harden is a Warzone hacker. And just like Activision, the NBA is doing absolutely nothing about it.

    Staveon Bing BingStaveon Bing BingPrieš 26 dienų
  • Harden is the best SG Playing. Easily. And he's top 5 SG all time (That one is my opinion)

    AvianAvianPrieš 26 dienų
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    Xavier AckersXavier AckersPrieš 27 dienų
  • So basically the NBA added a third step and nobody really knew

    Billy CornersBilly CornersPrieš 27 dienų
  • What this proves is that great players were so good that the league made rules to slow them down, while James Harden is so mediocre, that they made 2 rules to help him out.

    Alex SmithAlex SmithPrieš 27 dienų
  • So Harden is a genius

    Jimmy SoxJimmy SoxPrieš 28 dienų
  • I mean all sports need players to bend the rules somehow that’s how you get great moments and new eras (in my opinion, I don’t want to get cancel)

    Just peeking for some melonsJust peeking for some melonsPrieš 29 dienų
  • Wat happens is the NBA creates the Harden rule

    T3knynT3knynPrieš 29 dienų
  • Not only will he give you 35 a night. If he gets mad he’ll put in 35 and force a trade.

    Johnny TimeStampJohnny TimeStampPrieš mėn
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  • I just realize the meta shift of the NBA is like brawhalla when they implemented dodges instead of invincle-slides

    MarcMarcPrieš mėn
  • jeez i dont know.... from the chart you showed harden is putting up 40 points a game shooting 50% sooooo maybe just take more shots lmfao this is so dumb

    Jarod HembreeJarod HembreePrieš mėn
  • No, it’s still horrible. Half of his offense is travel. He is just making the league felt like if kept on calling him then the game would be boring

    Joseph LinJoseph LinPrieš mėn
  • The playoffs expose the frauds of the NBA. Harden is one of them.

    Esoteric GuruEsoteric GuruPrieš mėn
  • the last reason he gets his points is he begs for the ball and he is a ball hog and avg 0.0 assists a game

    Iced Out JuiceIced Out JuicePrieš mėn
  • his game is 100% stoppable

    Stephen WilkersonStephen WilkersonPrieš mėn
  • I honestly like the 0 step rule it makes it easier to break down the defense and leads to higher scoring games

    Esteban MorenoEsteban MorenoPrieš mėn
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    Annabelle MardellAnnabelle MardellPrieš mėn
  • I really like Jxmy's videos, but this was such a disappointment. Yes, his usual double stepback is legal. But very often he goes beyond the 0-1-2, steps to up to 0-1-2-3-4-5 making it even to shaqtin'a fool. Why not point out THOSE should at least be called? And I am not convinced about the under-arm thing being legal - or in any case whether it should be legal, it's just a flop from my PoV. Lastly the comparison of free throws to Jordan is a disservice to the sport. I mean Jordan was physically pounded by multiple opponents to get those fouls...

    dkechag1979dkechag1979Prieš mėn
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  • James Harden is garbage one hit wonder he will never win a championship

    Micheal IvoryMicheal IvoryPrieš mėn
  • It's never "rule bending" if it's within the rule in the first place, this is the genius behind James Harden, he uses the rules to it's full extent, dissecting it detail by detail, just enough to squeeze in a bucket or two.

    FredFredPrieš mėn
  • well to be honest the reason the hack a shaq was created wa because shaq was too good at missing free throws

    clayton chenclayton chenPrieš mėn
  • That’s what artisans do, perfecting their crafts.

    L LL LPrieš mėn
  • At the end of the day hes gotta put the ball in the hoop , and lemme tell ya the man gets buckets

    Robbie HermanRobbie HermanPrieš mėn
  • This is one of the reasons I don't watch the NBA anymore. Between the flopping, traveling and constant arguing with the refs the game has lost all meaning. You say that he is that good while also saying that you would be laughed at if you pulled the Euro step or step back on any playground in the US. So what you are saying is that the NBA is completely different than any pick up game you will play because of the rules and to me that makes the game unwatchable. It means the game is not one I can relate to or really care to. Anyone can argue if these changes are good or bad for the game but as a viewer they make me uninterested. I don't want to watch a game to see who can manipulate the rules most, I want to watch to see who can play a better game. The fact the NBA hasn't addressed an offensive player hooking the arm of a defender, dragging them along and throwing the ball toward the hoop to draw a foul is proof it isn't about the integrity of the game and is just a joke. Again, a pick up game should literally be the judge on these things. If someone pulled a move like that on the playground they would likely be throwing blows quickly.

    John SiefkenJohn SiefkenPrieš mėn
  • Harden is ruinng the game even worse than it was already

    matt foxmatt foxPrieš mėn
  • harden number1 idol

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  • Collecting the ball into both hands, thus ending your dribble, then taking a full step back lifting both feet off the floor, is a travel. Not bending a rule. It is a rule not called because the NBA is an entertainment league.

    Daniel BrownDaniel BrownPrieš mėn
  • 2016 hack a shaq... yes

    АляксандрАляксандрPrieš mėn
  • This video is the origin of all the NBA nerds yelling Gather step/Zero step under every IG post with a debatable travel.

    Daddy LawrenceDaddy LawrencePrieš mėn
  • And he still don't have a Ring LMAO

    DARKNITE DAYWALKERDARKNITE DAYWALKERPrieš mėn
  • i've seen this video so many times bro it's too good

    WasobihWasobihPrieš mėn
  • 11:35 bruh look at this dude

    Pesi Moata'anePesi Moata'anePrieš mėn
  • Yeah you make very logical and legitimate points;however I think there are some “unwritten” rules you need to follow as well

    Cullen CarsonCullen CarsonPrieš mėn
  • Flop god.

    Robert Daniels-laneRobert Daniels-lanePrieš mėn
  • 3:36 they made the court in a way that it looks like the players are highlighted

    OFTLOFTLPrieš mėn
  • "He is soo good at iso that he is almost off the charts." Yeah but you make the charts homeslice!

    2enable2enablePrieš mėn
  • Dude hes just better

    MhmMhmPrieš mėn
  • James Harden would be a pretty good lawyer if he wasn't an absolute GOD at basketball

    Andy CelesteAndy CelestePrieš mėn
  • And this is why no one is watching basketball. The NBA has made the game so easy that it's no longer fun to watch. It's obvious they looked at Jordan's history and assumed people loved watching him because he scored a lot. Not really. They loved watching him score a lot against Bird, against Rodman, against real defense. If Harden is getting mauled in the paint or taking hard contact during the game, this rule doesn't hurt the game. It's fine. But if you've literally made basketball no contact AND allowed players like this three steps, it's not basketball anymore. It's fucking stupid. But don't take my word for it, take last year's finals where people flipped the channel for the first time in 35 years. A this point, it's like watching a game of horse. Defensive players are afraid to breathe. And contact is actually injuring a lot of these pansy younger players because they're not used to it. Luka's straining his neck on a double team just because he's never seen one. Anthony Davis can't take a tap without spraining something. Time to go back to the drawing board and make the NBA the NBA again.

    Umb OUmb OPrieš mėn
  • Still no RING...

    Alejo CristanchoAlejo CristanchoPrieš mėn
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  • My gym teacher has been teaching me about the zero step sense I was 8 and I’m 14 so now I’m harden

    Kenneth RinesKenneth RinesPrieš mėn
  • Awww refff.........2 shots for harden

    Jamal BrunsonJamal BrunsonPrieš mėn
  • His talent is only matched by his unlikability.

    handsomejerkhandsomejerkPrieš mėn
  • Since i was a kid i knew how to do euro step like this... this was never a travell in my life.

    Saso GabrovecSaso GabrovecPrieš mėn
  • Now everybody gon use his wrap around move 😂😂

    b hsub hsuPrieš mėn
  • Y'all know how good it feels when you're so good at a game people call you a hacker? That's James Harden for basketball

    chris xaschris xasPrieš mėn
    • He doesn't have any rings calm down

      mahfoud serafmahfoud serafPrieš mėn
    • Fuk yeah!!

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  • The best video on a player analysis i av ever seen. I always com back to watch this video and I av recommended it to many players and referees so as to adjust their officiating

    Abdullahi OhidaAbdullahi OhidaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Hack-a-Shaq being attributed to Shaq is the subtlest of burn

    Panic RabbitPanic RabbitPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • What you are saying is the old timers were the best.

    Websiteguy 2Websiteguy 2Prieš 2 mėnesius
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