Trump told NBA Winner Won't Visit the White House

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LeBron James has voiced his thoughts on President Donald Trump canceling the Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the White House.

Bouncing back has been a trademark for LeBron James, the Cleveland superstar who has helped the Cavs go 8-1 at home in these playoffs and 5-1 after losses until the finals. Golden State won Game 3 at The Q last year en route to a 4-1 series win and their second title in three years. "But I think more importantly, as Americans, and especially people in Philadelphia, we shouldn't let that news take away from what that unbelievable team did to sacrifice throughout each and every Sunday".

James also said that the WNBA Minnesota Lynx not even receiving an invitation to the White House was "laughable".

Warriors stars Steph Curry and Kevin Durant echoed these sentiments, which follows on from previous year where the then-NBA Champion Warriors had their invite similarly binned by an incensed, Cheetoh dust-stained Trump after Curry suggested he and his teammates weren't keen on going. With complete control of the series, I think the Warriors take their foot off the gas pedal and Cleveland takes advantage in front of what will be a racuous Cavs crowd. "The way we handled things past year. we'll stay consistent with that".

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James supported Curry's decision to skip out on the White House ceremony and called Trump a "bum" in a tweet. It's incredible that they've each made it back this many times without a hiccup, and it's hard to imagine we could see a fifth-straight Finals showdown.

When Kevin Durant and LeBron James have matched up against each other on offense, it is the Warriors who have gotten the upper hand outscoring the Cavs by 21.5 points per 100 possessions. "When somebody says they don't want to come to the White House, he disinvites them so the photo op don't look bad", Durant said.

"What else do you expect Trump to do?" "He's been great. He's been rock solid at both ends, and he's just, you know, taking what's there for him". You know, instead of acknowledging that the kneeling national anthem protests are a political statement against police brutality targeted towards young people of color.

Kerr added that he was not surprised by Trump's rescinding of the invitation to the Eagles. "You laugh to stop from crying". I thought just the scoring that he gave us off the bench and the defensive toughness and rebounding and everything, he's a guy who gets it.

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