Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Sports | By Jonathan Ford

Pres. Trump not inviting National Basketball Association champions to White House


President Donald Trump said Friday that neither team would be invited. That's true of Steph Curry too.

"I didn't invite LeBron James and I didn't invite Stephen Curry". Last fall, James called the president a bum on Twitter, sticking up for Curry, who had said that if it were up to him, the Warriors would skip meeting Trump after last year's championship win against the Cavaliers.

Kerr was asked about the community service WNBA Champion team The Lynx are taking part of in Washington D.C. in the midst of Trump's ongoing feud with athletes. So therefore ain't no invite.

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Trump pointed out that he has had several championship teams at the White House. "There are a lot of people that believe that he's not for the people or doing things that's right by the people".

"It's not surprising, hearing the news today with the Eagles", James continued.

Curry said Tuesday that he spoke with a current Eagles player about the team's decision-making process and how it went deeper than disagreeing with Trump policies and the ongoing issue of some National Football League players choosing not to stand for the pregame playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner".

"If you look, we had Alabama, national champion".

According to Rolling Stone, Steph Curry doesn't want an invite this year, either.

Numerous people responded to Trump, including Eagles players, noting among other things that few players were going to attend, anyway, and that no Eagles player kneeled during the playing of the national anthem last season. So, that's refreshing that he's educating people along the way.

"I agree with LeBron", he said, viaThe Hollywood Reporter.

He then expressed the "irony" about the Eagles being uninvited to the White House.

Though LaVar Ball is neither here nor there in this particular tiff, the Big Baller Brand CEO-who's already had his beef with Trump-showed support for Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and company staying away from a photo op with POTUS during an appearance on FOX News with Neil Cavuto.

Earlier this week, Trump canceled the Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the White House, where they were supposed to be honored for their Super Bowl win from February.

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