National Basketball Association champion Warriors undecided on potential White House visit

"Y'all might write about it". The statement added the organization would make those decisions when and if necessary.

"I think that's important, but it's also important for the players because it's really about them to make the decision whether they want to go or not".

"Today is all about celebrating our championship", team reps said in a statement, according to Sports Illustrated.

In 2010, Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas refused to visit then-President Barack Obama in the White House, citing his personal political beliefs.

The Golden State Warriors say no decision has been made regarding a potential White House visit to celebrate their National Basketball Association title.

President Trump has already welcomed members of the New England Patriots and Clemson Tigers football team to the White House after their championship runs this past winter. But as a wine geek, we here at the Dr. Vino World Headquarters had to wonder...what would the team pop to celebrate in the locker room? "Any opposition or disagreement with a president's policies, or agenda, can be expressed in other ways".

"We're going to do what our leader [Curry] does", Iguodala continued. I mean, it may be different.

"The Pittsburgh Penguins would never turn down a visit to the White House and, if invited, we would go as a team", Penguins CEO David Morehouse said Tuesday, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

"Steph definitely took a back seat to start the season until he realised we didn't need him to take a back seat, we need you to be aggressive as you're going to be", forward Draymond Green said.

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