The race for this year's scoring title was between two transcendent scorers in the league: Stephen Curry and Bradley Beal. However, it seems as though the race is over, as it has been announced that Stephen Curry has officially won the NBA scoring title. Stephen Curry has always been viewed as a good shooter: but sometimes we also forget that he is one of the most lethal scorers in the league.
By winning that award, Stephen Curry has joined an exclusive club that features Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. It is always good to get your names mentioned with the greats, and Stephen Curry is obviously a legend in his own right. All these players have multiple championships, multiple regular-season MVP awards, and multiple league scoring titles.
There has been a lot of discussion on whether Stephen Curry is a top-10 player of all-time. He's definitely a tier of his own when it comes to shooting, but many people have questioned whether he truly fits in the pantheon of greats. It is surprising that there is a lot of debate on the matter: after all, Stephen Curry has won at the highest level and holds the honor of being the NBA's only unanimous MVP in history.
There has been no one in history quite like Stephen Curry, and he has a real argument to be viewed as an all-time legend. Stephen Curry is simply not human with his shooting ability, and he is showing that despite the concerns, he is fully capable of carrying a team to the playoffs.