The Golden State Warriors will likely select Anthony Edwards should they win the draft lottery and secure the No. 1 pick.

A source says Edwards is one of the few players available in this draft who can contribute immediately while also having the upside to develop into a franchise caliber player in the future.

The Warriors have a 14 percent chance of getting the top pick with a floor of No. 5. The Warriors could select the same player at No. 5 that they would target at No. 2.

According to league sources, Israeli small forward Deni Avdija, Iowa State point guard Tyrese Haliburton, Florida State shooting guard Devin Vassell and Auburn small forward Isaac Okoro are among the players Golden State would consider in that range.

“I don’t expect the Warriors to have the same draft board as a lot of other teams,” said a Western Conference scout.