This play has stuck with me ever since I first saw it.
Chris Paul breaks out after a long rebound with a three-on-two advantage. Caron Butler draws one defender out to the corner with him, essentially making it a two-on-one.
Ty Lawson knows Paul's tendencies and stays in the passing lane as Paul dribbles up the court. Now, here's the key. Paul fakes a pass on the move while keeping his dribble alive. This causes Lawson to hesitate for a split second, giving Paul a small opening for a potential blow-by.
Lawson senses the advantage Paul produced for himself and begins to slide over to cut off the drive. Before Lawson even finishes repositioning his body, Paul fires off a pass in the angle created by Lawson's shift resulting in an easy dunk for Willie Green and a floored jaw for me.