Tickets for Games 1 and 2 against Memphis will go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Game 1 is Sunday at noon.
Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster, vial a link at thunder.nba.com.
Ticketmaster sales will be limited to fans in Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas, the team said, so that the local fan base can be best served.
Thunder Alley will begin at 10 a.m. Sunday. The pregame festival, as always, will include a sport court, skills-and-drills station, inflatable games, appearances by the Thunder Girls and Thunder Drummers, face painting, photo stations a DJ booth and more.
DOWN GOES DELFINO
Rockets swingman Carlos Delfino missed Game 6 on Friday with a fractured foot that will require surgery. In the series, Delfino averaged 24 minutes, nine points and two assists. Delfino made 11 of 313 3-point attempts.
“Feel bad for Carlos,” Houston coach Kevin McHale said before the game. “Tough kid. He's had bone spurs for a long time. Never makes excuses. We'll miss his big-shot ability and guarding multiple positions.
“But ask Oklahoma City, there's not too much sympathy for anybody getting hurt.”
LIN REJOINS ROCKETS LINEUP
Houston guard Jeremy Lin rejoined the lineup Friday but came off the bench rather than taking his customary spot in the starting lineup.
Lin missed Games 4 and 5 due to a bruised right chest muscle.
The Rockets lost the first three games of the series when Lin played and won the two that he had missed.
GOING THE DISTANCE
No team in NBA history has overcome a 3-0 deficit to win a series, and only three teams have trailed 3-0 and forced a Game 7 — the 1951 New York Knicks against the Rochester Royals; the 1994 Denver Nuggets against the Utah Jazz; and the 2003 Portland Trail Blazers against the Dallas Mavericks.
In each instance, the home team won Game 7.
HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF
Friday marked only the second time in playoff history that four Game 6s were held the same day.
On that previous occasion, all four teams that held a 3-2 lead closed out the series.
ROCKETS GET RECORD-SETTING SHOOTING
Through the first five games, the Rockets had already made a franchise-record 56 3-pointers in the series.
Houston's previous record was 45 against Utah in 1997.
Four technical fouls were called in Game 6.
Kendrick Perkins and Francisco Garcia got into a shoving match with 8:51 remaining in the opening quarter. The two had to be separated but continued jawing even after that. Perkins then responded to a chorus of boos aimed at him from the crowd by doing a set of push-ups.
Kevin Durant and Rockets center Omer Asik were called for a double technical foul with 2.8 seconds remaining in the first half. The two began jawing after slapping each other's hand away from their respective bodies.