Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

This was the third NBA Finals in a row pitting LeBron's Cleveland Cavaliers versus Steph Curry's Warriors.

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". Some of us need to remove ourselves from the moment and remember there are some pretty incredible stories that have already been told.

Less than 24 hours after winning their second NBA Title in three years against the Cleveland Cavaliers - at least two members of the Golden State Warriors ahve gone on record to state they would not be visiting President Donald Trump at the White House. "This is Golden State's era". The Cavaliers play in Quicken Loans Arena.

"Quickie", Green said while he addressed the crowd. "It definitely was a Quickie".

They are called the Golden State Warriors, but they don't belong to all of California. "I just tried to stay with those principles and keep grinding". "This is the best job in the world".

As this year's season, playoffs, and Finals proved, there are now only two teams with a chance of winning a title in the current National Basketball Association - and one of them isn't very close.

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The victory also served as a validation for the city of Oakland itself, which will lose both the Warriors and the Oakland Raiders football team in the next few years. I mean, it may be different. "Thank you for the support".

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"With another championship", Wanda Durant said with a laugh.

"I remember the first day of camp and I walk into camp, and I didn't know what to expect, I didn't know what these guys were like on the court", Durant told reporters after the game. "Going through this year was so much fun". There is probably more to come on that, but just right now we just won.

"Somebody asked me about it a couple months ago, a hypothetical, if a championship were to happen: 'What would I do?' " Curry said during his exit interview at Golden State's practice facility Wednesday afternoon. "They want to talk about super team this, super team that".

Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas did not visit the White House to meet with President Obama after the Bruins won the Stanley Cup to demonstrate his displeasure with the U.S. Government.