"All the pieces that we have are important to the equation of winning a championship and competing for a championship every single year". According to SFGate.com, "Backup point guard Shaun Livingston said during a radio interview in February that he "definitely wouldn't go" to the White House if the Warriors won the championship".
"I'm just excited to do something special", Curry said during the presentation of the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy on Tuesday in Oakland, after his team beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Green addressed the super team chatter while addressing the crowd just days after Cleveland's LeBron James - who played with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami - referenced that he had never played on a super team.
It validated the notion of Warriors general manager Bob Myers, who risked what he had built counting on Durant to be the final piece in building a juggernaut.
Just so you know, James is now 3-5 all-time in the NBA Finals following last night's defeat - not exactly dominant, but not too bad either. We'll see what happens.
With these facts known about Trump's "racist, misogynistic" attributes will the Golden State Warriors succumb to celebritized pressure to visit the White House or will they take a stand and ride with the people? Coach Steve Kerr also has been outspoken about issues with Trump. "I don't believe we're a super team here", LeBron said.
Nancy Pelosi tweeted that she we would "be honored to welcome the team to the U.S. Capitol". "Still feel like that today", Curry said. Nothing should distract from what we were able to accomplish together. The Heat went on to dominate the league for four straight years, winning two championships and achieving many other great things.