No White House invite for National Basketball Association champs, 'we'll see' about Caps

LeBron and Curry agree to snub Trump's White House visit if Cavs or Warriors win finals

'No one wants the invite anyway': Lebron James, Steph Curry agree on no White House trip

Trump's announcement came after Cavs superstar LeBron James recently said, "I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway. We're not going to invite either team", Trump told reporters before departing for Canada, where he will participate in the G7 Summit.

The players' comments come a day after Trump called off the Philadelphia Eagles scheduled trip to the White House, citing the ongoing National Football League kneeling controversy.

In 2017, the Warriors won the NBA Championship and drew Trump's fury after Curry and other Warriors players said that they would not make the trip to the White House.

"It's typical of him", James said of cancelling the Eagles visit.

National Basketball Association superstars Stephen Curry and LeBron James spoke their minds a year ago - and nothing's changed.

But Trump said he'd be happy to host the Washington Capitals, who just won the Stanley Cup. "Like guys said before me, I'm sure whoever wins this series won't be going". It's good that guys are sticking to what they believe in and what they want to do.

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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. At the time, James took to social media to support Curry.

"I think we'll have the Caps".

Kerr's last comment was in reference to the military celebration Trump held at the White House Tuesday afternoon in lieu of the Eagles event. "I was going to go up and get the tip".

Professional and college sports teams have long celebrated championships with a ceremonial visit to the White House, but the tradition has become increasingly controversial under Trump.

Warriors star Kevin Durant and coach Steve Kerr had also made it quite clear their dislike for the president. "Stephen Curry is hesitating, therefore invitation is withdrawn!"

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