Donald Trump: Neither Warriors nor Cavaliers will be invited to White House

Donald Trump: Neither Warriors nor Cavaliers will be invited to White House

Donald Trump: Neither Warriors nor Cavaliers will be invited to White House

Earlier this week, members of both National Basketball Association teams - and especially James - ripped Trump over his decision to disinvite the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles and made it clear the eventual National Basketball Association champion wouldn't be going to the White House, either.

"I didn't invite LeBron James, and I didn't invite Steph Curry", Trump told reporters. It seemed to be a moot point, as LeBron James said Tuesday that neither his Cavaliers nor the Warriors would accept a visit.

President Trump rescinded the invitation in a tweet: "Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team". Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant - whose opinions matter more here with Golden State up 3-0 in the NBA Finals - concurred.

"I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants an invite, anyway", James said. "It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going".

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With next week marking the 20th anniversary of Michael Jordan's shot over Utah Jazz guard Byron Russell to clinch the 1998 NBA Finals, Warriors coach and former Bull Steve Kerr knows exactly where he was. It seems if Trump thinks a team is going to outshow him by not showing up, he just decides to uninvite them, as to not embarrass himself. It's good that guys are sticking to what they believe in and what they want to do. And Kerr's profound statements all speak rightfully against the divisiveness being perpetrated by President Donald Trump. It's the Capitals' first title in the team's 44-year history.

"Let's not let someone uninviting you from their house take away from their championship", James said later, Sports Illustrated reported.

U.S. President Donald Trump on field during the national anthem prior to the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. "Like guys said before me, I'm sure whoever wins this series won't be going". So the photo op don't look bad.

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