Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

On Wednesday during exit interviews, Kevin Durant dismissed the notion that the Golden State Warriors are constructed as a superteam.

The Golden State Warriors secured their second National Basketball Association championship in three seasons with a 129-120 Game Five win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday, capping a near-perfect run through the playoffs.

"I do know me and KD had a conversation along with Draymond and Klay and Andre previous year before he even showed up that that was kind of the identity of who we are as a team that we understand how important it is, the guys that are here", Curry said.

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.

Golden State had a bullseye on Cleveland all year, matching up in the NBA Finals for a record third straight year - one at 12-0, the other at 12-1. The all-time scoring leader, 6 championships, 6 MVPs. Coach Steve Kerr also has been outspoken about issues with Trump. Their dominant run over the past three years has been a source of great pride for its famously loyal and raucous fans.

Some reports have suggested James, the best player on the planet, may head to California to join the Lakers or Clippers in 2018, likely bringing talented players along in an effort to topple the Warriors if the Cavaliers fall short again next year.

As the celebrating continues, news broke today that the National Basketball Association champions have unanimously chose to skip the White House visit, a tradition winning teams of America's major sports leagues have been doing for decades.

"They're going to be around for a while", he added. "I answered I wouldn't go".

As has been the case since James began his career in the spotlight at St. Vincent-St. The Warriors finished 31-2 in their last 33 games. It's such unselfish nature that has helped the Warriors flourish. "Still feel like that today", Curry said. What we've built here is truly special. Durant, Curry, Kyrie Erving and James. "The backstory to this is, after Game 7 last year, I told one of my close friends to save this for a year from now", Curry said.

Durant signed with the Warriors as a free agent in the summer of 2016 after the Celtics had made a hard push to get him.

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