Tim Cone and Barangay Ginebra will look to win the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup title on Wednesday night at the Mall of Asia Arena.
The San Miguel Beermen are expected to go all out to extend the series to a deciding Game 7 on Friday.
Even though Ginebra is up 3-2 in the series, Cone feels it can go either way.
"This series has been such a roller coaster of emotions, such highs and lows. Now it's coming to the latter stages and even though we're up 3-2, it's still anybody's series," Cone said. "Certainly, we don't want to play a Game 7 at this point. It's all hands on deck, all your eggs in one basket time. We can't look beyond what's right in front of us, and that's Game 6. We'll go all out."
The Kings won the last two games of the series -- a 130-100 rout of the Beermen in Game 4 before surviving with a grind-out win in Game 5, 87-83.
A win by Ginebra will put to an end to San Miguel's Grand Slam bid and finally put an end to the Beermen's immaculate 6-of-6 championship streak in the finals under Leo Austria.
The SMB coach, however, wouldn't want that to happen.
"The breaks didn't go our way. The last possession went to the other side [in Game 6]. But it's beyond our control. There was a lot of banging inside and fouls were not called. But it's basketball. We have to accept it, move forward and stay positive," said Austria. "It's just two games. We've struggled from the start of the eliminations, made the playoffs and were able to beat TNT KaTropa and Alaska. The chance is still there, and we have to go for it."