In the Kings-Warriors game, Steph Curry made NBA history.

During Game 6, Steph Curry made NBA history.

Friday night, Game 6 of the first-round playoff game between the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings took place at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California.

The two-time MVP had 3,727 playoff points going into the game, which put him 15th on the list.

Curry won the game with 29 points, which puts him ahead of Hakeem Olajuwon (3,755) for 14th place.

John Havlicek (3,776) is the next guy that Curry will pass.

In 36 minutes of play, the nine-time NBA All-Star scored 29 points, grabbed four boards, passed out five assists, stole two balls, and blocked one shot.  

Still, the Kings won with a score of 118-99, so there will be a Game 7 on Sunday back in Sacramento.