HOUSTON -

It has never happened in the NBA where a team has come back from an 0-3 deficit.  However, the Houston Rockets might just do that after two wins over Oklahoma City.

Friday night the Rockets will take on Oklahoma City again in game six of the playoffs.  The team says their fans are ready.

"They are going to make a lot of noise and really give us a lot of support, but we still got to get out there and play," said Rockets head coach, Kevin McHale.

The game at Toyota Center is sold out.  The Rockets are anticipating more than 18,000 fans to attend.  Tip time is at 8:30 p.m.  If the Rockets win, they will play game seven Sunday in Oklahoma City.