Prior to last night's Game 4, ESPN aired the newest episode of Kobe Bryant's "Canvas," in which he examined the Golden State Warriors' rare style of offense and how it breaks down their opponents.

Titled, "The Golden Democracy," Kobe walks viewers through a handful of GSW's sets and outlines how their spacing and ball movement makes them such a juggernaut offensively.

He says the Warriors players are so difficult to guard because they go on attack when they're off the ball, forcing defenders to guard them 3v3 rather than 1v1, and wearing down defenders to the point where even communicating with each other becomes a daunting task.

Check out the clip below.