The Golden State Warriors are heading to the Western Conference Finals after taking care of business against the Houston Rockets.
Houston threw it all at the Warriors and looked like they were on their way to forcing the series into a deciding game 7, but then Steph Curry came to life.
An incredible final quarter of the duel MVP saw the home crowd left a stunned silence as the Warriors emerged victorious.
If you missed any of the game 6, we've got you covered below…
Warriors 118, Rockets 113 (Warriors advance 4-2)
Final: Warriors 118, Rockets 113
Stephen Curry was from his MVP best through the first three quarters of the pivotal Game 6, but when it mattered most he came to life.
Curry scored 23 of his 33 points in the fourth as he led the Warriors to the series deciding victory on the road.
Along with Curry's hot hand, Klay Thompson was on fire from beyond the arc as the duo combined for 60 points.
James Harden threw everything he had at the Warriors, but in the end the relentless firepower from Curry was too much to overcome.
Third Quarter: Rockets 87, Warriors 82
The third quarter to Chris Paul as the Rockets point guard poured into 10 of his 21 points to hand Houston the lead heading into the final quarter.
Klay Thompson continued his hot shooting from deep by knocking down his sixth in the term as Steph Curry's shooting frantic continued.
Second quarter: Rockets 57, Warriors 57
Back and forth we go into what is turning into an epic Game 6 battle.
It was James Harden who made it up in the opening quarter, but it was Klay Thompson who was on fire in the second.
Thompson buried four threes and goes into the main break with 21 points to his name. James Harden leads the Rockets with 19.
With Kevin Durant, the Warriors were hopeful Steph Curry would find his shooting touch. But Curry endured a tough opening half with zero points on 0-5 shooting and picking up 3 fouls.
First Quarter: Rockets 28, Warriors 27
Foul trouble saw Steph Curry go to the bench less than halfway through the opening quarter after picking up his second.
The Warriors offense looked stagnant at times in the halfway while the Rockets couldn't find the right touch.
Houston got the line 10 times in the opening quarter with James Harden leading the way with 14 points.
Stephen Curry laces up his kicks and gets loose prior to Game 6
The last eight meetings between the Warriors and the Rockets have been decided by a total of one point in favor of Golden State. The teams have split those games 4-4 with no game decided by more than six points.