• Steph Curry wins his second NBA scoring title
  • The Golden State Warriors will be in the West play-in tournament
  • Curry pays tribute to Baron Davis by mimicking his funny celebration

Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry capped his phenomenal regular season by securing his second career NBA scoring title on Sunday.

The two-time MVP had 46 points and nine assists as the Warriors beat the Memphis Grizzlies, 113-101, to overtake them for eighth in the Western Conference.

Curry averaged 32 points on 48.2% shooting along with 5.5 rebounds and 5.8 assists this year, beating Washington Wizards All-Star Bradley Beal for the regular season scoring plum.

The 2016 unanimous MVP had a remarkable string of 30-point performances this season, highlighted by a career-high 62 points in January.

But stealing the show was Curry's on-court celebration in the fourth quarter, where he untucked his jersey and lifted it as to show his chest and torso.

For the younger generation who may seem clueless, Curry's gesture is a reference to former Warriors star Baron Davis' similar and famous celebration from 14 years ago.

Davis, now 42 years old, suited up for the Warriors in the 2007 season.

After a colossal first-round upset of the top-seeded Dallas Mavericks, Golden State faced the Utah Jazz in the Western Conference semi-finals.

In Game 3 at home, the Warriors blew the Jazz out of the arena, 125-105.

In the fourth quarter of an impending win, Davis took off for a poster dunk over Utah forward Andrei Kirilenko.

The Jazz would dominate the series, 4-1, but the moment has now been immortalized among memorable playoff highlights.

Side-by-side comparisons immediately surfaced on social media, and Davis himself acknowledged the three-time champion's choice of tribute.

The Warriors enter the play-in tournament on Tuesday against either Portland, Los Angeles (Lakers) or Dallas, needing one win to secure the seventh seed.

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Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors moves against Zach LaVine #8 of the Chicago Bulls at the United Center on October 29, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images