Golden State Warriors comment on National Basketball Association finals and Trump

President Donald Trump points to members of the media as he arrives on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington Friday

Golden State Warriors comment on National Basketball Association finals and Trump

The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors are now battling it out in the NBA Finals, but regardless of the outcome, the franchise's star players say that their teams will not visit the White House after the series is over.

James said Trump's cancellation of the Eagles' visit to the White House was "typical of him".

"I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway", James said at a news conference at Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday.

LeBron also stated that neither the Cavs nor Warriors would go to the White House following this year's National Basketball Association championship, prompting Golden State point guard Stephen Curry to agree.

Their teams are facing each other in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive season, and Golden State holds a 2-0 advantage in the best-of-seven series.

As for Curry and the Warriors, they did not visit the White House after winning the 2017 NBA Finals past year and instead elected to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Jack Brewer, a former National Football League star who played for the Philadelphia Eagles, on Wednesday defended his former teammates after President Trump cancelled the ceremony to celebrate their Super Bowl victory.

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"President Trump leads on so many things but on this one he's not leading..." Staying in the Locker Room for the playing of our National Anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. Villanova, the reigning NCAA men's champion, has not revealed if an invitation was sent.

He then expressed the "irony" about the Eagles being uninvited to the White House.

Hockey's Pittsburgh Penguins and baseball's Houston Astros have accepted invitations to the White House for the traditional meeting with the President in recent months, as have several college teams.

Hordes of media crowded around the lockers of the usual suspects - Malcolm Jenkins, Chris Long, Zach Ertz, Jason Kelce - and the questions went nearly exclusively about the White House, Donald Trump and, really, not at all about football. 'I'm pretty sure the way we handled things past year, [we will] kinda stay consistent with that, ' Curry said Tuesday when asked whether the Warriors would skip the visit should they win this time. "So it's just the way it is". "But I think I agree with Bron".

Kerr also lauded the Eagles for being what he called "fantastic citizens in their own community".

"So it will be nice when we can just get back to normal in three years".

"The vast majority of the Eagles team made a decision to abandon their fans", Ms. Sanders said.

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