Most recently in the wizard's loss to the pistons on Monday night, Bradley Beal took it to the rim. He collected the ball, took his usual two steps, saw a huge Blake Griffin who threatened in his airspace, and then … she just kept going. As you do. Blake's face on the replay says it all.
Even Beal knew that his first step without a conversation was a present:
That movement is hardly readable as basketball, and if it is not a journey, It is just a hilarious vacuum academic exercise that is compared to analyzing the small movements of the swing feet. Anyway, the NBA judges did not kindly wield widespread clowning. Surveying the land and choosing a nice little hill to die on, they claim that Beal lost possession, which allowed him to regain his foot and pass the ball before that foot landed.
Beal does not contact Griffin or any other flask, sometime in his journey between dimensions. If all you have to do is to bubble the ball to earn four steps, an unholy beast has been released. Somewhere Kyrie and Harden cry with gratitude for this discovery.