Key Perth Wildcats guard Damian Martin has been put through his paces by club medics, but they're remaining tight lipped about whether he'll play in tonight's Australian Basketball League decider.
Martin tore ligaments in his ankle in game two and was in a moon boot yesterday.
Breakers assistant coach Judd Flavell has told Radio Sport they'll see Martin on the court.
"I'm sure he'll be up and playing, no doubt about that. There's no tomorrow, there's no saving yourself for tomorrow and he'll be there playing."
The Wildcats have come under intense scrutiny over how they won in Perth, with claims of flop tactics to get easy fouls.
Flavell says there's no doubt the Wildcats will do it again.
"Good on them for doing it, that's up to the refs to decide on the flopping, we can't be sitting here complaining about it, we've got to be able to match it. If they get away with it then good luck to them."
Meanwhile, former Sky City Breakers captain Paul Henare is predicting an unbelievable contest in the deciding game three at Vector Arena.
He says often big events don't live up to the hype, but this series has exceeded even the highest of expectations.
Henare believes playing in front of a home crowd is worth around ten points.
"9,200 odd fans are gonna to get behind the boys is gonna lift the energy of the team and I think at the same time sap a little of the desperation out of the Wildcats."
Breakers guard CJ Bruton is a perfect 6-0 in his career when playing in sudden death games to decide a series.
Photo: Damian Martin (Photosport)