Steph Curry says he doesn't want to go to the White House

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Now after winning their second title in the past three years this past Monday, the franchise is considering foregoing attending the ceremonial visit to the White House customarily extended to the current National Basketball Association champion and other professional and college championship teams.

The team issued the statement following multiple reports that the Warriors had voted unanimously against making a White House trip.

"Today is all about celebrating our championship", they said.

The announcement that Curry still wouldn't want to go to the White House received the expected online response, continuing a conversation that started after the Warriors had won the championship.

The invitation appeared to be in response to an unconfirmed CNBC report that Golden State made a unanimous team decision to skip meeting Donald Trump at the White House. In January, Kerr called the administration's travel ban a "horrible idea" and likened Trump's campaign to "The Jerry Springer Show". "Still feel like that today", Curry said. Curry said Under Armour working with Trump doesn't impact his deal with the company and that he is more concerned about it adopting Trump's values. "So, I'll have that mindset, KD's going to have that mindset". But like I said, we'll all figure something out. "They beat us, but I'm pretty sure we'll be back and we'll be ready to battle again", Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving said.

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Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant (left) celebrates with teammate Stephen Curry after GSW's 129-120 win over Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals at the ORACLE Arena on Monday.

"All the tactics that he used to get elected are the very things that someone like me, who works with youth on a consistent basis, are the things that we try to talk our young folks out of being".

"I couldn't sleep for two days", Durant, who was named the Finals MVP, said during an on-court interview. Winning sports teams, even though they expect it and usually do get it, still have to be formally invited to the White House to meet the President.

But Steph Curry told reporters Wednesday that while the team will still decide as a group on what they plan to do, he hasn't changed his stance from what he would like that decision to be.

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