Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Medicine | By Megan Pierce

Steph Curry, Warriors still aren't interested in visiting the White House

Steph Curry, Warriors still aren't interested in visiting the White House

LeBron James, smarting after the Cleveland Cavaliers were beaten in the NBA Finals by the Golden State Warriors, has made a decision to take on a new look.

LeBron James, whose Cavaliers won the title previous year and fell to the Warriors on Monday, said during a visit to Obama's White House in November that his team would "have to cross that road" if it triumphed again under Trump.

"They're going to be around for a while", Cavaliers forward LeBron James said after suffering his second Finals defeat in three years to a Warriors team that went 16-1 in the playoffs.

Curry rode with his wife and kids beside him.

Finals MVP Kevin Durant was on a different bus with his mom.

Several Warriors including Stephen Curry, David West, Shaun Livingston and coach Steve Kerr, have been outspoken regarding President Trump and his rhetoric.

Kerr said he was proud that the team "came back from the heartbreak of a year ago". "I don't believe we're a superteam here".

Right now, we are looking at the best, most exciting team in all of pro sports.

If you live in the Bay Area but can't make it to the actual parade route, the "overflow viewing area located at Lake Merritt Blvd".

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green appears to be taking some shots at the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry hoisted the Larry O'Brien trophy as his team and its fans celebrated the National Basketball Association championship with a victory parade.

At the rally, Green mocked James' contention that James had never played for a super team.

The Warriors defeated the Cavaliers, 129-120 June 12 to clinch the series 4-1.

Green had sat out game five just a year ago after being suspended because of flagrant foul point accumulation after he swiped at James' groin in game four.

James has enjoyed the same luxuries since he took his talents to South Beach to join the Miami Heat with Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh.

The impending loss of the Warriors to San Francisco was on the minds of some fans who came out to cheer, though many threw the word "dynasty" around and expected one more championship parade in Oakland next year.

Money and egos aside, the Warriors blended beautifully from the day Durant first walked into team headquarters.

General Manager Bob Myers, who helped assemble the Warriors lineup after the franchise spent years as the league's laughing stock, and savvy owner Joe Lacob fill out the rest of the team. "Coach puts us in position to maximize our strengths", Durant told ESPN's Chris Haynes.

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry is confident they can build a dynasty at the franchise.

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