This is an example of a traveling violation. An offensive player who receives the ball and establishes a pivot foot may move his other foot as many times as he choose. However, the ball must be out of his hand to start his dribble BEFORE he lifts his pivot foot. The offensive player in the post here receives the ball, turns and faces up, establishing his left foot as his pivot foot. He legally moves his right foot several times, but he then rasies his left foot, his pivot foot, prior to releasing the ball on the dribble. This is a traveling violation.