They are the two best words in sports: Game 7.
Thanks to John Wall's game-winning 3-pointer in Game 6, the Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics will face off Monday night for the chance to play the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference finals.
Will there be more big-shot magic? If so, who do you want taking the final shot in Game 7? Weigh in on how this wild series will end.
Although the Wizards may have the momentum heading into Boston, recent history isn't on their side. The home team is 6-0 in this series, and ESPN's BPI gives the Celtics a 68 percent chance of winning the game.
Washington, however, has shut down Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas, who is averaging just 19.3 points -- nearly 10 points below his regular-season average -- after scoring 53 points in Game 2. Thomas, who shot 51.8 percent in Games 1 and 2, has scored less than 20 points in three of his past four games.
With the win, Washington would snap the second-longest conference finals drought in NBA history. Washington hasn't played in a conference finals since 1979.
In the past 100 NBA playoff Game 7s, the road team has won 22 times.
The Wizards and Celtics tip off at 8 p.m. ET.