The Houston Rockets are playing some sweet music together, and doubts about the chemistry of the team and their ability to get on the same page are starting to vanish. And being the #1 record in the league definitely has something to do with that.

Entering Saturday’s home game against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Rockets are 23-4 and posses one of the best offenses in the NBA.

Speaking of being on the same page, the Rockets, at least a couple of them, appeared to be literally in sync during one particular moment on Friday’s 124-109 home win over the San Antonio Spurs.

See the video below of Paul and Trevor Ariza on the bench during a timeout, simultaneously turning their heads before almost scratching their faces at almost the same time.

Eric Gordon would’ve made this way, way cooler if he did the same things, but he seemed to be more intent listening to whatever head coach Mike D’Antoni was saying.

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Still, this isn’t as impressive as the synchronized turning and running the Phoenix Suns did earlier this season. But we’ll be on the lookout for the next play to challenge the Suns for the Synchronization MVP this season.

The Rockets are currently looking to extend their unbeaten run to 11 games.