Can You Pass The Dream? In the Kings-Warriors game, Steph Curry made NBA history.

Game 6 of the Golden State Warriors-Sacramento Kings first-round playoff series was played at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Friday night.

Steph Curry broke NBA playoff scoring records during the contest.

The two-time MVP entered the night 15th in playoff points with 3,727. Curry passed Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon (3,755) for 14th with 29 points.

Curry next passes John Havlicek (3,776). The Warriors: "Stephen Curry has passed Hakeem Olajuwon for 14th most playoff points."

In 36 minutes, the nine-time NBA All-Star had 29 points, four rebounds, five assists, two steals, and one block.  However, the Kings won 118-99, forcing a Sunday Game 7 in Sacramento.  

The Warriors missed a chance to win the series at home and must now win an elimination game on the road.  

The Warriors are 12-32 in 44 games away from the Chase Center this season, despite winning Game 5 in Sacramento.

Despite their road troubles, the team has won the NBA Championship in four of the past eight seasons and is more experienced than the Kings, 

who are in the playoffs for the first time since 2006. The series winner will play the Lakers or Grizzlies.