It's really tight.
It *might* be a travel.
I simply can't tell if the player fully possesses the ball in the air or with his right foot on the floor. If he catches (and fully possesses) in the air, the first foot down (left) is the pivot, the right is a legal step, the pivot never returns. Legal.
For this to be a travel, the official needs to see possession with the right foot down. When it comes back down a second time, that's when the travel occurs. I'm attaching a screenshot of the frame where possession may or may not have occurred. It's really tight and if it's this tight, it's best to stay off it, IMO. It's even better to stay off it when...
The trail that calls this has the third best look on the play. The lead is standing right there with a great look. The center has an open look as well. The crew's gotta live or die with the lead's call or no call here.
The INT foul looks like a bearhug and it's hard to not call that INT. Unless of course you call something while the ball's in the backcourt. When a team is trying to foul, any contact is a foul - get the first one.