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The Golden State Warriors 'WILL skip their visit to Trump's White House to make a political statement' after winning the NBA championship

The real MVPs: Kevin Durant and Steph Curry lead Warriors to clinch NBA title in scintillating win over LeBron's Cavaliers {VIDEO}

The Warriors won the championship thanks to the brilliance of Curry and his teammate, Kevin Durant (right), who joined the team in the offseason

  • Golden State Warriors reportedly vote unanimously to skip White House visit with President Donald Trump
  • Last November, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr reportedly vowed his team would boycott Trump if they won the championship this season 
  • Warriors on Monday defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers to capture its second NBA championship in three years
  • Kerr and a number of key players, including Stephen Curry, David West, and Shaun Livingston, have been critical of Trump in the past
  • In April, several members of the NFL Super Bowl champion New England Patriots skipped the White House celebration with Trump in act of protest

Newly-crowned NBA champions the Golden State Warriors are preparing to 'make a political statement' by refusing an invitation to the White House to visit President Donald Trump, it was reported on Tuesday.
The Oakland-based basketball team, led by head coach Steve Kerr, decided immediately after Trump's election on November 9 that it would shun the new president if it won the NBA championship, according to Comcast SportsNet.
Multiple sources told the network that while Kerr made his feelings known at the time, there is no reason to believe that he has had a change of heart since then.
Earlier on Tuesday, rumors were circulating that the team will stay away from the White House after harsh criticism leveled at Trump by key team members.
The Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland late Monday in Game 5 of the NBA Finals to clinch the franchise's second NBA title in three years.
Just hours after the Warriors' triumph, CNBC analyst Josh Brown tweeted that 'reports' indicated the team had unanimously decided to boycott Trump.
The Warriors released a statement saying no decision has been made regarding a potential White House visit to celebrate their NBA title.

Reports on Twitter indicate that the NBA champion Golden State Warriors (seen above after their Finals victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland on Monday) have unanimously voted to skip a visit with President Donald Trump at the White House

Reports on Twitter indicate that the NBA champion Golden State Warriors (seen above after their Finals victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Oakland on Monday) have unanimously voted to skip a visit with President Donald Trump at the White House

Since Trump came into office this past January, there have been rumblings about players skipping the White House ceremonial visit due to opposition to the president's policies

Since Trump came into office this past January, there have been rumblings about players skipping the White House ceremonial visit due to opposition to the president's policies

The Oakland-based basketball team, led by head coach Steve Kerr (above), reportedly decided immediately after Trump's election on November 9 that it would shun the new president if it won the NBA championship

The Oakland-based basketball team, led by head coach Steve Kerr (above), reportedly decided immediately after Trump's election on November 9 that it would shun the new president if it won the NBA championship

The Warriors issued a statement Tuesday saying that 'today is all about celebrating our championship' and that they have not received an invitation to the White House.

The statement added the organization would make those decisions ‘when and if necessary.’

Since Trump came into office this past January, there have been rumblings about players skipping the White House ceremonial visit due to opposition to the president's policies.

Sports teams' visits to the White House have traditionally been apolitical photo ops, but Trump's unique brand of polarizing politics has complicated matters.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, tweeted (above) Tuesday that she would be happy to host a visit by the Warriors on Capitol Hill. Pelosi represents California's 12th District, which lies entirely within the city limits of San Francisco

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, tweeted (above) Tuesday that she would be happy to host a visit by the Warriors on Capitol Hill. Pelosi represents California's 12th District, which lies entirely within the city limits of San Francisco

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, says she would be happy to host a visit by the Warriors on Capitol Hill.

Pelosi represents California's 12th District, which lies entirely within the city limits of San Francisco.

The Warriors play their homes games across the bay in Oakland, which lies in the 13th District and is represented in the House by Rep. Barbara Lee, also a Democrat. 

On Monday, Trump welcomed the collegiate national champion football team from Clemson to the White House.

The event went off without a hitch.

Other events involving professional teams, however, have been marred with controversy.

In April, several members of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots declined to attend a celebration at the White House as an act of protest against Trump.

On Monday, Trump welcomed the collegiate national champion football team from Clemson to the White House. The event went off without a hitch

On Monday, Trump welcomed the collegiate national champion football team from Clemson to the White House. The event went off without a hitch

In April, several members of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots declined to attend a celebration at the White House as an act of protest against Trump

In April, several members of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots declined to attend a celebration at the White House as an act of protest against Trump

Players who stayed away included Martellus Bennett, LeGarrette Blount, Devin McCourty and Chris Long. They had suggested directly or indirectly that they were not fans of Trump.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, a friend of Trump, was conspicuously absent from the event - though it was learned afterward that he was tending to his mother, who is ill with cancer. 

In light of past statements by Warriors players and coaches, observers widely anticipate that the team will skip a White House visit with Trump.

In February, Warriors superstar guard Stephen Curry said that he agreed with Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's belief that Trump was an 'asset' for US companies – 'if you remove the "et" from asset.'

In February, Warriors superstar guard Stephen Curry (above) said that Trump was an asset 'if you remove the "et" from asset'

In February, Warriors superstar guard Stephen Curry (above) said that Trump was an asset 'if you remove the "et" from asset'

Andrew Iguodala
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and power forward David West (above) have both been critical of Trump

Warriors players Andre Iguodala (left) and David West (right) have both been critical of Trump

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Warriors knock off Cavs in game 5 to capture 2017 NBA title

Curry is a pitchman for Under Armour, which pays the former MVP $4million to hawk its sportswear.  

On the day after Trump's election, Warriors coach Steve Kerr denounced the Republican for his 'racist, misogynist, insulting words'.

In May, Kerr told CBS Sports that Trump is a 'blowhard' who 'couldn't be more ill-suited to be president.'

David West, a forward on the team, also spoke out against Trump after the election.

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

'We try to talk our young people out of being bullies. We try to talk our young men out of disrespecting women. We try to talk our young people into being accepting of other people's opinions and other people's walks of life.'

The Warriors won the NBA title in 2015. On February 4, 2016, they paid a visit to the White House and gave an honorary jersey to then-President Barack Obama

The Warriors won the NBA title in 2015. On February 4, 2016, they paid a visit to the White House and gave an honorary jersey to then-President Barack Obama

The Warriors won the championship thanks to the brilliance of Curry and his teammate, Kevin Durant (right), who joined the team in the offseason

The Warriors won the championship thanks to the brilliance of Curry and his teammate, Kevin Durant (right), who joined the team in the offseason

Iguodala jumps on the scorer's table after the final buzzer sounded and the Warriors were officially champs

Iguodala jumps on the scorer's table after the final buzzer sounded and the Warriors were officially champs

Kerr (left), assistant coach Mike Brown (center), and forward Draymond Green laugh it up as Kerr holds the Larry O'Brien trophy in the locker room

Kerr (left), assistant coach Mike Brown (center), and forward Draymond Green laugh it up as Kerr holds the Larry O'Brien trophy in the locker room

Assuming the team's roster stays intact, the Warriors are prohibitive favorites to repeat as champions next season

Assuming the team's roster stays intact, the Warriors are prohibitive favorites to repeat as champions next season

One player, Shaun Livingston, is already on record as saying he would not go to the White House, according to NBC Sports Bay Area

'I really feel that my views would keep me from going and visiting,' Livingston said in February.

'Just with everything that's going on right now, I just don't agree with a lot of stuff that's happening.

'I definitely wouldn't go.' 

Livingston's teammate, Andre Iguodala, was also quoted as saying that he would not visit the White House if the Warriors won. 

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LeBron James issues powerful response after racist N-Word Spray Painted on his home

Kevin Durant and Steph Curry lead Warriors to NBA title

  • The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers, 129 - 120
  • Kevin Durant scored 39 points for the Warriors and Stephen Curry, 34
  • Heading to the game the Warriors were leading 3-1
  • LeBron James scored 41 points for the Cavaliers and Kyrie Irving, 40 

Kevin Durant capped his spectacular first season with the Warriors by bringing home that coveted NBA championship he joined Golden State last July so determined to get, scoring 39 points in a fast-and-furious, Finals-clinching 129-120 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night.

Stephen Curry added 34 points, ten assists and six rebounds as Golden State closed out its second title in three years after squandering a 3-1 lead a year ago to the Cavs to miss a repeat. That stung ever since, and even Durant understood, because he gave up the same lead to the Warriors a round earlier with Oklahoma City.

James, who in 2012 with Miami Heat beat the Thunder in Durant's only other Finals, wound up with 41 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists. Kyrie Irving followed up his 40-point gem in Friday's Game 4 with 26 points but shot 9 for 22.

Team work: The Golden State Warriors won the spectacular match against the Cleveland Cavaliers, 129-120

Team work: The Golden State Warriors won the spectacular match against the Cleveland Cavaliers, 129-120

Coveted cup: Kevin Durant led his team with 39 points. He drove left, right and down the middle - everything he could - to secure the win

Coveted cup: Kevin Durant led his team with 39 points. He drove left, right and down the middle - everything he could - to secure the win

Number one: His 39-point-seven rebound-five assist game victory was a career high

Number one: His 39-point-seven rebound-five assist game victory was a career high

Champion: Durant has become the NBA Finals MVP ten years after being picked second in the NBA draft behind Greg Oden

Champion: Durant has become the NBA Finals MVP ten years after being picked second in the NBA draft behind Greg Oden

This time, King James gave way to KD, who was the NBA Finals MVP 10 years after being picked second in the NBA draft behind Greg Oden.

Durant drove left, right and down the middle, knocked down 3-pointers, dished and dunked. He knocked down a 17-foot fadeaway over James early in the fourth quarter, then assisted on a 3-pointer by Andre Iguodala the next time down as the Warriors pulled away.

Iguodala, the 2015 Finals MVP, came up big again with his 2017 postseason-best 20 points off the bench and stingy defense on James in a testy, tightly called finale to this trilogy Finals that everyone had stamped on the calendar from the moment Durant departed Oklahoma City to join Curry and Co.

The Warriors won in 2015 before the Cavs made their historic comeback last year. Then it was Golden State's time again, with Durant as the prized addition.

Brewing bromance: The Warriors won in 2015 before the Cavaliers made a momentous comeback last year

Brewing bromance: The Warriors won in 2015 before the Cavaliers made a momentous comeback last year

Winning: Steph Curry came in with 34 points ten assists and six rebounds

Winning: Steph Curry came in with 34 points ten assists and six rebounds

Thrill: Durant shot 14 for 20 and Curry - the two-time reigning MVP who took a backseat as the new big star was under the limelight

Thrill: Durant shot 14 for 20 and Curry - the two-time reigning MVP who took a backseat as the new big star was under the limelight

Will the real MVP please stand up: Durant has had a spectacular season. He became the sixth player in the 71-year history of the NBA to score 30 or more points in each game of a finals

Will the real MVP please stand up: Durant has had a spectacular season. He became the sixth player in the 71-year history of the NBA to score 30 or more points in each game of a finals

Durant shot 14 for 20 and Curry - the two-time reigning MVP who took a backseat as the new big star got acclimated - finished off a brilliant postseason. Not to mention a healthy one after his 2016 injuries.

Draymond Green stayed on the court in a game that featured three technicals on one play 3:08 before halftime. David West fought for the ball with Irving, then they got tangled up and Tristan Thompson entered the fray and he and West went at each other face-to-face. West, Thompson and J.R. Smith received techs after a replay review.

Green had sat out this very game a year ago, suspended because of flagrant foul point accumulation after he swiped at James' groin in Game four. He had 10 points, 12 rebounds and five assists in the clincher.

On Monday, a team source revealed that a very keen fan spent $133,000 - more than 76 times the average resale price - to hold two coveted floor seats at Game five of the finals at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. 

A season ticket holder put his ticket up for resale on Ticketmaster on Sunday night and his customer paid $17,000 in fees alone.

This game also proved a must-watch by two other NBA fans, who also paid $82,000 and $90,000 to attend the game.  

Defeat: The roles were reversed on Monday. In 2012 , James and the rest of the Miami Heat team beat the Thunder in Durant's only other finals

Defeat: The roles were reversed on Monday. In 2012 , James and the rest of the Miami Heat team beat the Thunder in Durant's only other finals

Brave face: Showing good sportsmanship, Durant shook hands with James after the match

Brave face: Showing good sportsmanship, Durant shook hands with James after the match

Celebration: The thrilled mother of Kevin Durant, Wanda, hugged  Curry after the game

Celebration: The thrilled mother of Kevin Durant, Wanda, hugged  Curry after the game

Family man : Curry celebrated by holding his daughters Riley and Ryan after the scintillating win

Family man : Curry celebrated by holding his daughters Riley and Ryan after the scintillating win

Daddy time:  Curry is pictured holding Riley, who has garnered a bit of attention for interrupting her dad during his press conferences

Daddy time:  Curry is pictured holding Riley, who has garnered a bit of attention for interrupting her dad during his press conferences

Fan love: Warrior fans celebrated outside Oracle Arena. A very keen fan reportedly paid $133,000 for two court seats 

Fan love: Warrior fans celebrated outside Oracle Arena. A very keen fan reportedly paid $133,000 for two court seats 

Star power: Two other fans paid $82,000 and $90,000.  P. Diddy is pictured before the game started

Star power: Two other fans paid $82,000 and $90,000.  P. Diddy is pictured before the game started

Watching like it's hot: Snoop Dogg and fellow rapper E-40 are pictured at the game. Many stars including Jay-Z and Kevin Hart made it to the five-part game finals

Watching like it's hot: Snoop Dogg and fellow rapper E-40 are pictured at the game. Many stars including Jay-Z and Kevin Hart made it to the five-part game finals

Things get heated:  Warriors forward David West -left- is pictured arguing with Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson -right -during the second quarter of game five

Things get heated:  Warriors forward David West -left- is pictured arguing with Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson -right -during the second quarter of game five

All eyes on me:  Warriors forward Durant is pictured speaking at a news conference. He's been dubbed the 'world champion' after the game

All eyes on me:  Warriors forward Durant is pictured speaking at a news conference. He's been dubbed the 'world champion' after the game

Aftermath: Curry is pictured speaking at a news conference after the game

Aftermath: Curry is pictured speaking at a news conference after the game

Trust fall?:  Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson ,13, dribbles as he is guarded Warriors guard Klay Thompson,11, forward Draymond Green, 23, and Durant during the second half of Game Five

Trust fall?:  Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson ,13, dribbles as he is guarded Warriors guard Klay Thompson,11, forward Draymond Green, 23, and Durant during the second half of Game Five

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The Golden State Warriors Set To Face The Cleveland Cavaliers In The 2017 NBA Finals. Who Will Win?

Police are investigating after someone spray painted a racial slur on the front gate of LeBron James’ home in Los Angeles on the eve of the NBA Finals.

It happened Wednesday morning in Brentwood.

Capt. Patricia Sandoval, a Los Angeles police spokeswoman, says James wasn’t at the home at the time. She says the property manager told officers they believe the incident was captured on surveillance video.

Sandoval says an unidentified person sprayed painted the N-word on the front gate. Police are investigating it as an act of vandalism and possible hate crime.

She says someone painted over the slur before officers arrived.

James’ agent, Rich Paul, declined to comment. James and the Cleveland Cavaliers play the Golden State Warriors in NBA Finals beginning Thursday night, with Game 1 in Oakland

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LeBron James tops Michael Jordan as all-time playoffs scoring leader {VIDEO}

The 2017 NBA Finals kick off Thursday, June 1.

Representing the Western Conference are the Golden State Warriors (67-15), led by Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving will carry the workload for the Eastern Conference champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers (51-31).

This is the third year in a row these two teams will face off for the coveted title of the NBA's best. Who is your pick to take the crown?

Let us know your opinion in the comment section below.

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LeBron James took another huge step towards cementing his legacy as one of the best to ever play in the NBA, as the Cleveland Cavaliersdefeated the Boston Celtics by a score of 135-102 Thursday, May 25, to advance to the NBA Finals.

James scored 35 points in the game and 5,989 points in his postseason career. That surpassed Michael Jordan's 5,987. The feat makes James the all-time NBA playoff scoring leader.

Jordan achieved his scoring mark in 179 games from 1985-2003.

King James played in his 212th playoff game last night.

The Cavaliers will now face off against the Golden State Warriors in a best-of-7 championship series beginning on June 1st.

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LeBron James tops Michael Jordan as all time playoffs scoring leader entertainment 1x1.trans

As of Thursday, LeBron James has now officially topped Michael Jordan as the all-time playoffs scoring leader.
With 2:40 left in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals, James scored a three-pointer that officially put him over the edge. That put him at 29 points in the game and put his post-season scoring total at 5,989 points, compared to 5,987 for Jordan.

It’s a big win for James, who wears the number 23 for Jordan.

“I wear the number because of Mike,” James said. “I think I fell in love with the game because of Mike, just because of what he was able to accomplish. When you’re watching Michael Jordan it’s almost like a god. So I didn’t think I could be Mike.”

“For my name to come up in the discussion with the greatest basketball player of all time, it’s like, ‘Wow,'” he added.

He continued:

Like I said, I did pretty much everything that MJ did when I was a kid. I shot fadeaways before I should have. I wore a leg sleeve on my leg and folded it down so you saw the red part. I wore black and red shoes with white socks. I wore short shorts so you could see my undershorts underneath. I didn’t go bald like Mike, but I’m getting there. But [my baldness] will be post-career, though. That’s the only thing I didn’t do. But other than that, I did everything Mike did. I even wore a wristband on my forearm. I didn’t do the hoop earring, either. That was Mike. But I did everything Mike did, man.

I wanted to be Mike, so for my name to come up in any discussion with Michael Jordan or Kareem [Abdul-Jabbar] or all these guys that’s paved the ways for Tristan [Thompson] and Kevin [Love], myself and Swish [Smith], it’s a wow factor. I don’t really have anything to say.

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Comment by CARIBBEAN QUEEN on June 13, 2017 at 4:15pm

GLAD DURANT GOT THE MVP INSTEAD OF THAT SHOWOFF CURRY I CANNOT STAND A SHOWOFF....

CONGRATS DURANT ..YOU ARE SO DOWN TO EARTH AND I  LIKE THAT SO MUCH ABOUT YOU..YOU ARE NOT A PERSON THAT SEEKS ATTENTION ... GOOD JOB.

Comment by Dave on June 13, 2017 at 3:16pm
Future, isn't that why LeBron joined miami?
Comment by The Future on June 13, 2017 at 12:09pm
COWARDS, this is the new nba, N.othing B.ut A.ss Definition of Cowards - COWARDS joining the teams who beat yo ass the year before a la coward ass Durant, NO RESPECT FOR THIS BONIFIDE ASS COWARD!!!!! That'sThe Real, where the hell has the real MEN gone, Cissy ass dudes...
Comment by Cee Gee on June 5, 2017 at 7:29am

As black people, we will all experience racism.  Being Lebron James doesn't rule you out.  Sorry it happened it him but having money doesn't make you exempt!!!!  BTW!  Golden State is busting that ASS!

Comment by cheryl on June 4, 2017 at 7:13pm

America is busy fighting terrorist abroad.  But there are American terrorist right here.  They don't want to call these racist terrorist.  But they are terrorist.  These hate crimes are terrorizing.  Police murders are terrorizing.  No one wants to call it what it is.  But I am saying it now.

Comment by AfricanGoddess on June 3, 2017 at 11:06pm

Never break under pressure,stay strong Lebron!

Comment by The Future on June 3, 2017 at 2:44pm
Cleveland of course, but if the NBA is trying to vindicate that f** durant, they'll make sure them h*** ass worriors with drama queen green will win, or the kd's trade was a BUST!!!!!!
Comment by Joseph A. Charles on May 31, 2017 at 12:48pm

GOLDEN STATE ALL THE WAY!!!!!

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