Warriors to meet and decide on White House visit


Warriors GM Bob Myers gets hero's welcome at Danville schoolWith the new season coming, many are still wondering if the Warriors will celebrate their National Basketball Association championship at the White House.

A year after his much ballyhooed move from Oklahoma City to Golden State, Durant was left as the last one laughing after earning most valuable player honors during the 2017 NBA Finals as he lifted the Warriors to their second championship in three years, and the first of his future Hall of Fame career.

A formal invitation from President Donald Trump has yet to be extended. But according to ESPN, it is believed that the White House would extend an invitation if the team chose to attend.

Whether the team takes the trip, Kerr says he'll encourage his players to make the decision without input from the league. "That's just me personally, but if I know my guys well enough, they'll all agree with me". "I've talked to a couple of them about it".

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"I don't respect who's in office right now", Durant said. There are a lot of different dynamics to this and different viewpoints. "Everybody else was telling me to relax, to snap out of it, but I was really, really upset with myself more than anything". As a staff, we try to guide them on the floor.

"The league isn't going to tell us what to do". Those players included tight end Martellus Bennett, running back LaGarrette Blount and defensive back Devin McCourty.

The Warriors coach previously said the Warriors should think twice before skipping out on a White House visit.

The White House has yet to formally invite the Warriors, but several other teams-including Clemson and the New England Patriots-have visited Trump at the White House to honor their titles. "But I do think it's very important to consider a potential invitation, because I think it could have really positive ramifications if we did go".