National Football League chief, NBA stars slam Trump

National Football League chief, NBA stars slam Trump

National Football League chief, NBA stars slam Trump

The Warriors on Friday announced their plan to meet as a team Saturday morning to decide whether they would accept from the White House the traditional invitation extended to championship teams.

The Warriors came back Saturday afternoon with a statement that made clear there no longer would be a team meeting on the subject, that they were disappointed there was no open dialogue and that they will instead utilize their February visit to "celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion - the values we embrace as an organization".

Yesterday in the press conference, Steph Curry simply said, "I don't want to go to the White House".

Later on Saturday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver released a statement saying he had hoped the Warriors would visit the White House because of the potential positive impact it could have had.

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Another official told Suebsaeng that at least when Trump is attacking the National Football League, he's less likely to cause an worldwide incident than when he is swapping heated insults with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un.

Several athletes, including a handful of NFL players, have refused to stand for the United States national anthem in protest over the treatment of blacks by police.

President Trump has taken on a pair of unlikely targets in the past 24 hours: professional basketball player Stephen Curry and professional football player Colin Kaepernick. Well, Trump did what people on the other side of the Atlantic will describe as racist- not to mention foolish and anti-American. "He's fired, '" Trump said.

"The White House visit should be something that is celebrated", Myers said.

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"You have a chance to do something really great", music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs told players in a tweet. Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, who has supported the players who have knelt, said the country "needs unifying leadership right now, not more divisiveness", and San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York ripped Trump's comments as "callous".

Richard Sherman, the outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback, said: "The behavior of the President is unacceptable and needs to be addressed".

"President Obama with Steph Curry a year ago at the White House", Souza wrote.

NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith said, "The union. will never back down when it comes to protecting the constitutional rights of our players as citizens, as well as their safety as men who compete in a game that exposes them to great risks". I guarantee things will stop, " he said.

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However, it's equally important that we call these comments out for what they are: part of a larger pattern of racist, white supremacist resentment that defines Trump's approach to non-white Americans. "Happy the game is over".

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