Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Jonathan Hernandez
June 16, 2017

Jun 4, 2017; Oakland, CA, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers guard Deron Williams (31) is defended by Golden State Warriors forward David West (3) during the second half in game two of the 2017 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. The Cleveland Cavaliers also visited a year ago after cinching their championship; Obama also called Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue personally after the win, and noted that he emailed Lebron James personally to congratulate him on the win. "We will make those decisions when and if necessary".

This news comes after several reports said the National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors had voted against a White House visit.

The New England Patriots had several players decide not to attend when they visited the White House. "It was sweet. I mean, revenge is always sweet and this was payback from past year", another Warriors fan said.

However, controversial policies and statements by President Donald Trump have created uncertainty about the future of White House title celebrations under this administration in some leagues, including in the predominantly African American NBA.

"Hell nah", he said of taking part in a visit.

"I can't believe we're getting this question already", Lacob said.

"This whole fairy tale about this post-racial utopia that Obama supposedly created is all bull", West said, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

"I have a take, but I'm going to leave it to myself right now. That's not going to happen, we're having too much fun for that".

"There's a respect for the institution, for the office; there's a respect for our government that I think you have to take into account, regardless of people's opinions of the person sitting in that chair", he said.

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank made the comment to which Curry shot back later: "I agree with that description", Curry said, "if you remove the "et" from asset. Kerr has consistently opposed moves made by the Trump White House and called him a "blowhard" when speaking to Sports Illustrated's Chris Ballard.

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