Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has won the NBA’s scoring title for 2020-21, the second such title of his career.

Curry officially clinched the scoring title early in the Warriors final game of the regular season, playing against the Memphis Grizzlies at the Chase Center. The Warriors won the game 113-101.

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Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards finished as the runner-up after scoring 25 points in his side’s 115-110 win against the Charlotte Hornets earlier on Sunday. Beal, 27, though has something to brag about as he finished the season at a career-high average of 31.4 points per game.

Curry, 33, started the final game averaging 31.8 points per game, also a career-high. 

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Curry has become the first player to win the scoring title at the age of 33 or older since Michael Jordan did so in 1997-98 season at the age of 35. Jordan had put up an average 28.7 points per game back then. Curry also hit several other records in the current season as he went on to become the all time leader in scoring and assists for the Warriors and hitting a record 96 3-pointers in a single month.