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On Wednesday night at Oracle Arena, the Warriors have the chance to end the Rockets' season for the second straight year.
But according to Jason Terry, there will be a Game 6 in Houston on Friday night.
“I’m guaranteeing it,” Terry told reporters after practice on Tuesday. “If I don’t, then what? It’s a loss, right. I guarantee victory -- that’s what it’s going to take."
At 38 years old, Terry is playing in his 17th NBA season.
He averaged 5.9 points over 17.5 minutes per contest during the regular season.
Through the first four games against the Warriors, he is averaging 8.8 points on 42 percent shooting.
After winning 56 games last year and earning the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference, the Rockets won 41 games this year and clinched the No. 8 seed on the final day of the regular season.
But Terry is confident his squad can beat the Steph Curry-less Warriors to keep its season alive.
"I believe in my group," Terry added. "I know we can get a win here and send this thing back to Houston.”