The Golden State Warriors took twenty-three seconds to make eight passes, using just five dribbles to score three points on one possession.

It was some of the most beautiful basketball we’ve seen in the 2016 NBA Playoffs.

The Warriors have made themselves into what they are by being an unselfish team. This does not discount league MVP Stephen Curry when he takes quick shots with plenty of time on the clock to spare, but it does show that without him, the team still functions as a unit.

The San Antonio Spurs are one team known for its classic ball movement and passing, and the Warriors seem to have taken a page from their book.

Watch this play in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, demonstrating their beautiful chemistry as a unit.

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