The Golden State Warriors head into a huge game seven in the Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight on a high after levelling the series from a 3-1 deficit.
Facing elimination on two occasions - for the first time under Steve Kerr - the Warriors showed what they're made of by winning both at home and on the road in games five and six.
Behind an NBA playoff record 11 three-pointers by Klay Thompson, the Dubs forced a deciding game on their home floor which is set to be one for the ages.
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The encounter between two of the league's most exciting teams will be a must-watch for basketball fans the world over and some people have pulled out all the stops to get the best seats in the house at the Oracle Arena.
Despite the few remaining tickets being heavily priced, not everybody was put off as one person purchased two floor seats for $29,000 each via the Warriors' resale site, run by Ticketmaster.
According to ticketing search engine TiqIQ, Monday night's game between OKC and the Dubs has the second-highest list prices for an NBA game seven in the past five years (priced at $960 per ticket).
That's only topped by the 2013 NBA Finals game seven between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs at $1,346 per ticket.
The Warriors placed the last remaining tickets on sale on Sunday night, with prices ranging from $230 to $2,150. They sold out in less than five minutes.
This exhilarating series will come to an end in Oakland tonight with the Cleveland Cavaliers awaiting the winners in the NBA Finals which will get underway on Thursday.
All eyes will be on the Bay Area tonight for what promises to be an epic clash.