this is not really a dribble.its a hop step that u take to get an extra step on ur defender,after the hop step u take two more steps, therefore its a travel. but if your first name is lebron its a nice play
Commentator- What is a crab dribble?
Caron Butler- Its a move where you...uh, like travel.Its the hottest thing on the market right now.

Por e.baek.ems 06 de enero de 2009
A complex maneuver in the NBA where the player takes more than two steps after dribbling the ball and does not get called for a traveling violation. It gets it name from the common crab, which naturally are born with 8 legs. A well done crab dribble will incorporate 8 steps and give the illusion the player is only taking 2 steps.
Did you see Lebron James crab dribble all over the Wizards?
Por legalelliot 05 de enero de 2009
1. Lebron James signature move.

lebron crab dribbled then hit the game winning shot but was called for traveling.the official apparently did not know that he was lebron james. and therefore never travels.
Por lebron4mvp 05 de enero de 2009
1. To walk about in a crab like manner while defecating freely.

2. Lebron's excuse for travelling.
The drunk guy, apparently unable to find the bathroom, removed his pants and crabdribbled all over the guestroom before returning to bed.
Por illiterate charlie TWS 18 de marzo de 2009
A basketball word made up by LeBron James, in which you can basically take a third step toward the hoop. also known as a travel.
"I took a crab dribble, which is a hesitation dribble, and then two steps."
Por graveyard23 05 de enero de 2009
LeBron James's "trademark" play. Basically looking good while traveling. Not the reason seafood restaurants give you bibs.
LeBron tried to use a crab dribble to get through the Wizard's defense but was called for traveling.
Por KingJames23 05 de enero de 2009
1. Attempting to falsely justify a travel when playing basketball.
2. Being so good that nobody sees you dribble.
Lebron: I took a crab dribble and then two steps.
Bill Spooner: Three steps is a basic travel.
Por Z Holtz 05 de enero de 2009

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