The Golden State Warriors may not be the championship team they were in years past, but they still got a championship to boast about this season!
After yesterday’s big 113-101 win against the Memphis Grizzlies, team star Stephen Curry clinched this year’s NBA scoring title with an average of 32 points per game!
It’s the second time in his career that he has won the league’s scoring title. He first won it in 2016, the same year he was the NBA’s first unanimous MVP.
At 32 years old, Steph also became the second oldest player to win the title. Michael Jordan won the scoring title at 34.
It’s been a historic season for the Warriors’ sharpshooter thus far. Back in April, he became the all-time leader scorer in team history passing the great Wilt Chamberlain.
And in a season racked by injuries, Steph has also led the team into a possible playoff spot as well.
The Dubs will be a part of a new play-in tournament that could clinch them a bottom seed playoff spot.
Their first game will be against the rival Los Angeles Lakers tomorrow at 7pm.