Curry, Durant committed to keeping Golden State on top

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry center holds his daughter Riley as they celebrate with forward Kevin Durant left after Game 5 of basketball's NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland Calif. Monday

Anything else relating to the two matters seems to be just speculation at this point.

But he offered a glimpse of what more he could offer by averaging more than 30 points per game during a 4-1 series win over the Cavaliers in the Finals.

The Warriors' Andre Iguodala was less subtle, when asked before his team's title-clinching win Monday about a potential trip to Trump's White House. Only one such person who walks the earth was available.

For that reason, and many other awful decisions and statements from this administration, we urge the Warriors to decline any invitation from the White House to celebrate this victory.

"Give everyone credit. We didn't have a No. 1 (overall) draft pick", Green said, his words clearly directed toward James. ". I'm sure we will have a conversation about it pretty soon".

Athletes from championship teams have skipped the traditional White House visits before.

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Several members of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots skipped their visit with Trump, citing political reasons.

During Tuesday's First Take, Wanda was again a guest on the show - wearing her National Basketball Association champions shirt - and she didn't back down from Smith until he apologized for his year-long vendetta against her son.

Another Cleveland player, Iman Shumpert, was more direct, saying in November, "I'm not going to the White House". The 7-foot (2.13 m) small forward and 2017 Finals MVP has said that after his controversial decision leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and join the Warriors last offseason, he is not eager to move again. "I feel like we've grown from that".

Warriors coach Steve Kerr has also been heard attacking president Trump. "What we've built here is truly special, it's unique, it's something that you don't want to see end at all", Curry said.

"I agree with that description, if you remove the 'et, '" Curry said, in response to Plank calling President Trump an "asset". In a written statement, the Dubs say they have not received an invitation yet: "Today is all about celebrating our championship". I'm working every day, seeing how I can be the best teammate, the best player I can be.

After the reports surfaced, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi invited the Warriors to the U.S. Capitol.



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