Los Angeles Clippers have reached the NBA Finals of the Western Conference for the first time in history.
The Clippers won their sixth game in the second round of the playoffs 131-119 against Utah Jazz to decide the series 4-2.
The Clippers won't take the lead from Utah until the last quarter.
Previously, they were 25 points behind at the 19,000-filled Staples Center in Los Angeles.
That margin was already reduced to a difference of three points in the third quarter.
Thanks to the great comeback, the Clippers registered their fourth win in a row, after losing the first two meetings with Utah Jazz.
In the team's 51-year history, the Los Angeles formation has never made it to the Conference Finals.
Terence Mann was the big man with 39 points on the side of the Clippers, where Kawhi Leonard was missing due to a knee injury.
At Utah Jazz, Donovan Mitchell was the most prolific player with 39 points, nine assists and as many rebounds.
The Clippers will face the Phoenix Suns in the Western Conference final.
The Phoenix basketball players had previously convincingly defeated Denver Nuggets 4-0.
The first meeting between Los Angeles Clippers and Phoenix Suns is in Phoenix on Sunday.
It is not yet known who will qualify for the final in the Eastern Conference. The Philadelphia 76ers forced a seventh game against Atlanta Hawks by winning 104-99 and the seventh and deciding game between Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks will be played on the night from Saturday to Sunday (Dutch time).