Steph Curry is quietly having one of the best seasons of his NBA career. Though James Harden and Anthony Davis have seemingly taken over the MVP race, Curry belongs in the conversation. Basketball-Reference currently has four players from the NBA's two best teams as the odds-on favorites: Harden, Chris Paul, Curry, and Kevin Durant.

The Warriors haven't dominated the competition in the regular season, and Curry missed 11 games in December with a sprained right ankle. But the 6-foot-3 sharpshooter has been in rare form.

Steph Curry (49.5/42.4/91.8) needs to shoot something like 51-52% from the floor for the rest of the season to hit 50/40/90. On pace for his best true-shooting % ever, and one of the best all-time.

— Zach Lowe (@ZachLowe_NBA) March 7, 2018

On Wednesday, Curry will celebrate his 30th birthday. But he already had his celebration on Monday night, and it looks like it was an unforgettable party.

At one point, he actually sat on a stage eating ribs and vibing while E-40 performed the classic "U & Dat" behind him.

This nigga Steph is really sitting on stage smashing some ribs with e40 performing U & Dat behind him 🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐 pic.twitter.com/N2BNr0OVOy

— Daddy Dame (@DameIsDead) March 13, 2018

His choice of transportation to the party? A yacht. Yes, seriously.

And he pulled up at the party on a freaking yacht too . He living life for real😂 🐐 pic.twitter.com/FynxPUjoXT

— yurrrrd (@graceunbothered) March 13, 2018

The party involved plenty of Warriors dancing—including, of course, fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson. China Klay was back for a night!

😂😂😂 It's the return of China Klay!

Watch 18 minutes of Klay Thompson, Coach Mike Brown and the Warriors dancing at Steph Curry's 30th Birthday party: https://t.co/EnSNTtVepI pic.twitter.com/Sg5Uz88oEW

— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) March 13, 2018

Klay went so hard that he wiped out.

Klay gotta be the most fun dude to party with in the NBA. Mans almost broke his ankle going so hard 😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/RBgiBkWKAR

— MEAKS (@MeaksB) March 13, 2018

The Rockets currently hold a two-game lead on the Warriors in the West. If the season ended today, Golden State would play the Clippers in the first round.