floor violation in which the ball handler commits a double dribble or takes more than the allowed two steps without dribbling the ball, after stopping his/her dribble on a drive to the basket. Anytime a player possessing the ball is no dribbling, he must keep one foot - the pivot foot - planted on the floor, and he may not move it, or he is penalized for travelling. Results in a loss of possession. Also called: walking.
Taking more than one and a half steps without dribbling while you have the ball. It's also called traveling when you pick up your dribble and then move or change your pivot foot. Either way, you'll turn the ball over to the other team if you travel, so don't do it! (Also called Walking).