Published: Mon, June 19, 2017
Economy | By Annette Adams

Golden State Warriors reportedly will skip visit to White House

Golden State Warriors reportedly will skip visit to White House

It is a business. But players fall through the cracks of the National Basketball Association draft every year, and draft order shouldn't have any bearing on whether a squad is deemed a superteam.

"And when Steph turned that corner, I think it was after Christmas Day, when he turned that corner, we became nearly unbeatable". "In the context of keeping the team together, if there are decisions that need to be made, we'll talk about it for sure".

LeBron James, whose Cavaliers won the title past 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.

Durant said he has "no question" in his mind he will be back with the Warriors. Shaun Livingston had a insane knee injury.

"I still feel like that today". Meanwhile, Klay Thompson threw T-shirts to fans and waved from the top of an open, double-decker bus.

Durant, however, doesn't think the Warriors are a "super team".

Observers of both basketball and politics, you see, are watching to learn what happens next with Golden State. Next game watch out, I'm ready to go, ' " Myers recalled. "I know he wants to be here, and we want him here". The Cleveland Cavaliers also visited a year ago after cinching their championship; Obama also called Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue personally after the win, and noted that he emailed Lebron James personally to congratulate him on the win.

MANILA, Philippines - The Golden State Warriors have yet to receive an invitation from US President Donald Trump's White House, but as early as now there is already a chance they would skip the visit.

"Trump couldn't be more ill-suited to be president, because he's a blowhard", coach Steve Kerr said back in May.

In fact, the only player to insinuate his group was, in fact, a superteam was Derrick Rose, who said the New York Knicks were categorized alongside the Warriors as a top team entering the season.

"We're going to do whatever it takes to keep Steph here and happy", he said.

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