Sometimes, even in a mundane moment, in the middle of an unimportant game in early February, you see plays that define a team. Often times it's a turnover or terrible shot. But in the case of the Spurs, it's an exercise in execution, ball movement, and performance.
In this play from the Spurs' win over the Kings Saturday night, once the ball crosses halfcourt, you get: 11 passes, 1 offensive rebound, 1 save, 2 shots, and 2 points, all in 25 seconds. This is why the Spurs are good every season.
Here it is first at regular speed:
Now sped up:
And then slowed down: