Curry passed Ray Allen for the NBA’s 3-point crown this season, and many expect her record to stand for quite some time.That’s true, but it doesn’t mean the record can’t be broken.Now there’s a potential player to break Curry’s record. The 20-year-old, who played two years before Curry, is averaging more than 20 points per game and 3.3 3-pointers per game.Only three players in the league have made more 3-pointers.What’s even scarier is that the player is shooting 37.6 percent from 3-point range. Curry is shooting 37.3 percent from 3-point range this season.Not far behind Curry’s three-point production this season.That person is the gray Wolves second year talent no. 1 Edwards.When Edwards entered the NBA, he quickly showed his talent.He played well in the second half of last season, and the Wolves have given him more opportunities this season.Edwards lived up to expectations and went from strength to strength.Edwards isn’t just a top physical player; his three-point shot has become a consistent offense.Edwards’ 3-pointers aren’t all spot-up shots, and he’s got plenty of dribbling to do.His step-back threes and step-back threes were very accurate.Edwards’s three-point shot has a certain jump range and a slightly backward shot that is hard to disrupt.If he gets hot, Edwards is likely to overwhelm the opposing defense.Why is Edwards a potential threat to Curry’s 3-point record?Apart from his excellent personal ability, he is still young and even healthy.Edwards’ physical gifts are formidable and athletic.Played two seasons NBA basically no injury problems.Most NBA players can’t chase higher records because of injuries, as long as the record is possible to play.Edwards took the initiative to adjust his game this season, after last season when he was flying around and dunking too many.This season Edwards has been more meticulous and seems to be taking care of his body, taking the long view.A healthy, young 3-point player with a good offense could really knock Curry’s 3-point record.Curry is the only player in the NBA to make more than 3,000 3-pointers, but it’s not too early for Curry to enter the NBA after two major injury seasons.If Edwards doesn’t have an injury-costing season in his career, he has a good chance of surpassing Curry.Based on Edwards’ 230 3-pointers a season, 10 seasons would take him over 2,300, which is still the minimum.If Edwards improves his three-point shooting efficiency at some point in the future, how many will he make?Records are meant to be broken, and it’s unclear whether Edwards will be the future king of 3-pointers.But Edwards has a bright future ahead of him. The 20-year-old is already playing very well.All-star, All-Nba, MVP and even a championship are his future goals, as long as there are no injuries in the future.