Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Esther Moore
June 16, 2017

After the Golden State Warriors Game 5 NBA Finals win Monday, officials announced plans to hold the city's second victory parade in three years this Thursday starting at 10 a.m.

The Golden State Warriors on Tuesday shot down reports saying they had already chose to not visit the White House after winning the 2017 championship, but apparently Steve Kerr made his decision months ago. After winning the title in June 2015, the Warriors visited Obama's White House the following February and cherished the chance to spend time with the nation's first black president. The statement added the organization would make those decisions when and if necessary.

It hasn't been even 24 hours since the Golden State Warriors won their second National Basketball Association championship in three years, but questions about a potential visit to the White House are already roaming the new champs. "It's lovely, man. Once in a lifetime, you have to really enjoy it, but this team is built to do it again, so I look forward to them doing it again", rapper Snoop Dogg said. "It was sweet. I mean, revenge is always sweet and this was payback from previous year", another Warriors fan said. They apparently wasted little time in deciding whether to visit the White House and President Donald Trump if invited.

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"Hell nah", he said of taking part in a visit. "That's not going to happen, we're having too much fun for that". Iguodala said he believes Trump's election has worsened the racial divide in America. "Thank you, I'd like to say redemption is awesome". I can elaborate later on in life; right now I am just trying to enjoy this. "I still feel like that today". "And I think that's done on objective".

"I agree with that description", Curry told The San Jose Mercury News, "if you remove the "et" from asset". Golden State head coach Steve Kerr often blasted Trump and his policies, saying last month that Trump is a "blowhard" who was "ill-suited" for office.

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