Steph Curry doesn't want to visit the White House

Steph Curry doesn't want to visit the White House

Steph Curry doesn't want to visit the White House

Nearly as soon as the final buzzer sounded on Monday night and Golden State became the 2017 NBA champions, many followers of both basketball and politics began to wonder whether or not the Warriors would take part in the White House visit that traditionally comes with winning a championship in a North American sport.

"Like I've said from Day 1, when I was first asked about free agency, this is a flawless place to play", he told Kawakami in January of this year.

The team's three point shooting savant Stephen Curry went to Hollywood Thursday night, but may join his teammates for the weekend. Nothing should distract from what we were able to accomplish together, the different kind of ceremonies and the tradition. "We don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year, so we'll handle that accordingly and responsibly and like I said do the right thing for us individually and as a group".

Business Insider posted a video of the remarks.

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According to a statement issued earlier this week by the Warriors, the organization had yet to receive a formal invitation from the current presidential administration.

There's also plenty of reason to believe that Curry wouldn't be the only player to sit out the trip.

After being sidelined for part of last season and again during the 2017 playoffs with back pain, head coach Steve Kerr returned during the Finals and said he intends to coach "for a long time".

"We just won a championship", Durant said Wednesday.

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Green wore a T-shirt that read, "Quickie", with the "Q" styled to mimic the logo on the Cavs' Quicken Loans Arena, which is referred to as The Q. Green told NBC Bay Area that the shirt reflected the Warriors' quick win over the Cavaliers. We're just trying to celebrate and enjoy everything. "That should be rewarded, and it did get rewarded with a championship".

The brothers took turns climbing on top of a water cooler to see over the crowd and jumped with delight as Curry's bus went by. That's not important, my take on that. "And we are going to move forward with that when we have a chance to". And I know the team will have a conversation about what's going on, going forward.

"Maybe he doesn't (invite us) and we don't go, or we don't say anything and make a big deal of it and he doesn't make a big deal of it and we go our separate ways", Iguodala told the paper.

"I mean, come on, you got a bunch of guys who are talented and can shoot and pass and dribble, and they're unselfish", Kerr said.

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