Stephen Curry finished a monster regular season run leading the Golden State Warriors to the play-in tournament and a potential playoff berth.
The Warriors’ superstar helped his team clinch the 8th seed on Sunday after exploding for 46 points against the Memphis Grizzlies to secure a 101-113 victory at Chase Center.
Curry won the scoring title as he finished the regular season with an average of 32.0 points. With his 46-point performance, he remained ahead of the Washington Wizards’ superstar Bradley Beal.
According to StatMuse, Curry became the oldest player to win a scoring title since Michael Jordan and the first since the NBA legend to record 38 30-point games in a season.
In the process, he became Golden State’s leading all-time scorer making 337 threes all season as he recorded his fourth season with 300+ made threes in his career.