Bradley Beal vs. Steph Curry race for scoring title winds down

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Beal vs. Steph for NBA scoring title comes down to finale originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal is returning from a strained hamstring for the season finale Sunday, with his race against Steph Curry for the NBA's scoring title on the line.

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Curry enters Sunday as the NBA's leading scorer, averaging 31.8 points per game. Beal is averaging 31.4. 

Beal's Wizards tip-off first at 10 a.m. PT while Curry takes the court at 12:30 p.m. PT. Both players are looking to secure the No. 8 seed for their team in their respective conference.

Here's what Beal would need to do to pass Curry. 

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Steph's 31.8 points per game is a new career high. It's more than his 30.1 when he was named unanimous NBA MVP or his 23.8 points per game when he won his first MVP.

With play-in seeding and a scoring title on the line, it all comes down to this for Curry and Beal.