The Warriors have their backs against the wall heading back to the Oracle Arena tonight in a huge elimination game.
This series has been so back-and-forth with both teams winning away from home.
But Golden State will be hugely boosted when they see Chris Paul won’t be lacing up for tonight’s game with the Rockets ruling him out with a hamstring strain.
The nine-time All-Star has been crucial to Houston’s success in the Western Conference Finals, but he went down clutching his leg in the final minute of Game 5.
For the Warriors they will be hoping Andre Igoudala, who has missed the last two games, can return to the rotation to help the defensive unit and take some of the load off Kevin Durant and Draymond Green.
Durant’s performance has noticeably dipped since Igoudala went down as he has had to play extended minutes but his shooting efficiency has taken a massive hit.
Kevin Durant has struggled in the last two games
How to watch Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets on TV
Tonight’s action is scheduled to start at 2.00am BST and is available to watch on BT Sport 2.
BT Sport is the exclusive home of the NBA in the UK for the 2017/18 season.
They will broadcast up to seven live games per week throughout the regular season and the first and second rounds of the playoffs, as well as every game of the conference finals and NBA Finals.
Chris Paul will not play tonight after injuring his hamstring in the last game
How to watch Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets online
With the game being shown on TV, it will also be available on the BT Sport app.
Alternatively, you can sign up for the NBA League Pass with the option of a day pass.
The NBA League Pass lets you watch every NBA game depending on the package you select.
American viewers can catch the action online by also going for the NBA League Pass.