The Warriors might end up with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.
Anthony Edwards -- a 6-foot-5 shooting guard who spent his freshman year of college at Georgia -- is projected to be one of the top selections.
Naturally, Warriors fans are paying attention to anything and everything related to the 18-year-old.
Well, Edwards' brother and sister recently sat down with Steph Curry's parents, Dell and Sonya, for a conversation on the "Raising Fame: Sports Edition" podcast.
So what do Antoine and Antoinette believe Anthony needs to improve on at the next level?
"I think he needs to work on attacking the basket a little more," Antoine said. "He settles for the jump shot a lot when he's pretty strong and big. He gets to the hole with contact -- people slapping and grabbing his arm -- and he still can lay the ball up.
"You do that with ease. Why sit out there and make a difficult shot when you do something easy?"
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Antoine wants to see more of this:
I’m in. Anthony Edwards is going to score a lot of points in the NBA. Sign me up pic.twitter.com/5r7eZ3z8lR— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) March 7, 2020
Anthony Edwards is damn skilled for an 18-year old. He’s gonna get buckets in the NBA pic.twitter.com/GcQ26MgGFv— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) January 11, 2020
Edwards was a very streaky 3-point shooter in a Bulldogs uniform. He made at least four 3-pointers in a game seven times, but only he shot 29.4 percent from deep on the season.
Sometimes you settle for jumpers when you know you have this in your bag:
ANTHONY EDWARDS IS A MONSTER!! pic.twitter.com/y3O5uOrPrZ— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) November 26, 2019
STEPH + KLAY + ANTHONY EDWARDS = OH MY pic.twitter.com/WdlotMUoIo— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) November 26, 2019
Anthony Edwards drills the pull-up 3-pointer and Tom Crean’s reaction says it all pic.twitter.com/Ya6z2UpWYm— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) November 26, 2019
Antoinette agrees with Antoine, and told the Currys she would send Anthony a text message before every game to say: "Just remember, nobody can check you. Go to the hole."
"His jump shot is great, but sometimes it's off," she explained. "It's just off that day."
Edwards -- whose main sport was football entering high school -- still is learning how to play basketball.
Yours truly believes he will have a great NBA career.