Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Saturday afternoon at 4, streaming live on the MyTeams app.
When the Warriors hosted the 76ers back in late January, Steph Curry and Joel Embiid got together the night before the game to film an episode of Curry's YouTube series "Five Minutes From Home."
On Thursday, a bonus episode was released, in which the superstars revealed their all-time five-man lineups.
The two-time NBA MVP went first and chose himself, Magic Johnson, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan and Shaquille O'Neal.
Then, it was the 76ers star's turn.
"Of course I'd put myself at center," he said. "At point guard. Hmmmm. Hopefully, hopefully, hopefully we get the opportunity to play together. But I'll choose you. I need that shooter."
"I appreciate that," Curry said. "It's my show. You got to pick me."
Embiid rounded out his starting five with Michael Jordan, KD and...
"That is a fricking phenomenal pick," Curry said while laughing. "That was strong."
Yes it was. Team Embiid would beat Team Curry, but that's a conversation for another day.
Back to the more important topic, which is what Embiid said about hoping to play alongside Curry one day.
He obviously meant that he will come to the Warriors when his contract in Philly expires, right?
Let's just go ahead and pencil in Embiid (who racked up 33 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks in the 76ers' Game 3 win over the Raptors on Thursday) signing with the Dubs as a free agent in July 2023.
Curry and Embiid were teammates at the All-Star Game back in February and they are teammates with Under Armour.
All that's left is for them to both call Chase Center their home arena in a few years.
Basketball Gods -- make it happen!
Lastly, note to Curry: Make sure you pick Embiid over Shaq the next time somebody asks you for your all-time starting five...