LeBron: Finals victor won't visit White House

Doug Mendoza
June 8, 2018

After the Warriors won the 2017 NBA Finals, Trump uninvited the team after they publicly intimated that they would not visit the White House. On Tuesday, LeBron James said neither team would visit the White House and Steph Curry and Durant agreed. "But it's typical of him", James said. "I know regardless of who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway, ' he said Tuesday, as quoted by ESPN's Mark Jones".

James and the Cavaliers are now down 0-2 in their best-of-seven series against the Golden State Warriors. Golden State's Kevin Durant said. Said no matter who wins this series neither team will go.

In the effort to ensure a high enough Wins Above Replacement rating for this ersatz White House sing-a-long, multiple interns from at least one federal agency were invited to the event shortly beforehand and attended, according to a source from the agency who wished to remain anonymous to avoid professional retribution.

Eagles member Torrey Smith responded on Twitter: "Make sure you know the words, stand tall, and aren't twiddling your fingers around like a kid that can't wait for it to end". "It's unfortunate but we all have to do what we have to do and the Eagles fall right into that".

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James and Curry spoke to the media ahead of Wednesday's Game 3 in Cleveland, when the Cavs will try to claw back from a 2-0 deficit in the seven-game series. 'I'm pretty sure the way we handled things previous year, [we will] kinda stay consistent with that, ' Curry said Tuesday when asked whether the Warriors would skip the visit should they win this time.

"Given all the things that we have going on in the world right now that require the president's attention, his focus on the football story is surprising", said Janice Todd, the president of the North American Society for Sport History.

Berman noted that no Eagles players kneeled during the anthem a year ago, but Conway asked to "unpack that separately". But it's good that guys are sticking to what they believe in and what they want to do.

"You have to understand that what players have protested is not the military", Kerr said. And the reason that we're doing any of this is, because we have these huge disparities in our criminal justice system; we have this issue of mass incarceration; we have issues of police brutality; our children and access to education and economic advancement is nonexistent in communities of color.

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