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Beautiful Interior Passing from the Spurs Leads to Boris Diaw Dunk

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistJune 12, 2014

The San Antonio Spurs' passing has been so good in the 2014 NBA Finals that it has led to many easy buckets. In the second quarter of Game 4, Boris Diaw was the beneficiary of exceptional ball movement.

San Antonio made three quick passes to help set Diaw up for two easy points:

 

The Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade made a good effort to stop Diaw, but it was too late by the time he caught up.

Shortly after the Spurs showed off their great teamwork, Diaw dazzled with a behind-the-back look to Tiago Splitter for an uncontested dunk:

Diaw's pass even impressed Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Ricky Rubio:

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