The Golden State Warriors secured just their fifth victory in 24 games on Friday, following a tightly-contested win against the Chicago Bulls. The Warriors pulled out a familiar sequence coming straight out of head coach Steve Kerr's playbook, as Draymond Green threw a lob-pass to a wide-open Glenn Robinson III for the go-ahead deuce with just a minute of play remaining. Following the game, Green shared how he actually thought for a second that he was throwing the alley-oop to former teammate Andre Iguodala.

This was indeed a very familiar play for the Warriors, and for a moment there, it did feel like they turned back the clock. Robinson's slam turned out to be the game-winner, so in this respect, it did seem a bit like the Warriors from the past few seasons.

Robinson was outstanding for Golden State all night long, scoring a team-high 20 points on a very efficient 8-of-12 shooting. The 6-foot-6 wing also added two 3-pointers, seven rebounds, and a couple of steals. It's hard not to admit that in this particular play, Robinson did show some shades of vintage Andre Iguodala.

Speaking of AI, the 35-year-old veteran still remains at a deadlock with his current team, the Memphis Grizzlies. Neither parties appear willing to budge, which probably means that Iguodala's desire to be traded to a contender might not happen anytime soon. It looks like he will remain in the doghouse for the time being, and at this point, it is very obvious that the Warriors are desperately missing his services.