Oklahoma reach NBA finals
Oklahoma City Thunder booked their place in the NBA finals for the first time since 1996 with a 107-99 win over the San Antonio Spurs.
The game six result ensured the Thunder became only the third team in history to win four play-off matches on the bounce after losing the first two contests of a series.
San Antonio had been 18 points clear at one point and held a 15-point half-time lad only to give way in the later stages.
Kevin Durant was the Thunder's star performer with 34 points and 14 rebounds, while Russell Westbrook topped up the scoreboard with 25 points.
Tony Parker was in irresistible for the Spurs in the opening exchanges but his influence waned and only eight of his 29 points came in the second half.
Tim Duncan, with 14 rebounds and 25 points, was also unlucky to be on the losing side.
Oklahoma will face the winner of the Eastern Conference play-offs, with the Boston Celtics currently leading the Miami Heat 3-2.