Travel at the end of the dribble, player takes 3 steps after gathering the ball

This is an example of a traveling violation. Upon gathering the ball, an offensive player may only take two steps before he must release the ball on the pass or shot attempt. On this play, the offensive player takes three distinct steps after gathering the ball. He gathers the ball prior to putting his right foot down in front of the defensive player (step one: first freeze frame). He takes his second step with his left foot on the free-throw line (step two: second freeze frame). Finally, he takes his third step with his right foot into the lane while attempting his shot (step three: third freeze frame). This is a traveling violation