Step up your game a notch or two and get some of the ‘spin moves” that are blatantly illegal.
The dribble driver ends the dribble with his/her left foot as the pivot foot, then spins on that pivot foot and sets down the right foot (non-pivot foot) and then picks up the pivot foot and re-sets it before shooting. This is a travel.
It is hard enough for defenders to compete as it is. Their job is compounded if officials let dribble drivers have two different pivot feet on a play.
In order for this play to be legal, the shooter must release the ball before his/her pivot foot re-sets.
Don’t rule a travel if the play is executed legally, but be ready to get the illegal play.
The video clip below demonstrates the illegal action described above and is correctly ruled a travel.