Steph Curry may skip White House visit

With talk of the team being an National Basketball Association power for years to come, the brothers and other kids may grow up in an era of Warriors dominance that could make this year's celebration a regular occurrence - although not one that takes place in Oakland much longer.

Curry and Kevin Durant said Wednesday that they received congratulatory texts from former President Barack Obama.

As for Curry, Business Insider reports that if he decides to stick with the Warriors, he'll be eligible for a five-year, $207.4 million contract, which would boost his salary to $35.7 million for next season. A fabulous first one with and for Durant.

But if the Warriors want to keep this lineup intact, they won't be done spending money once they get Curry's situation settled because Durant can opt out of his deal this summer. Since Trump was sworn into office, he has been visited by championship teams such as the New England Patriots and Clemson Tigers, and the Pittsburgh Penguins have said that they will go to the White House if invited, but Warriors players as a whole are reportedly opposed to it. However, the news comes as no great surprise, given how Steve Kerr and numerous players have spoken out against the current administration throughout the season. That could involve moving forward Kevin Love, who was only 2-for-8 for six points in the final game.

Kerr still found time to crack a joke on the stage afterward: "Well, we had very little talent, actually, it was mostly coaching". "When he turned that corner, we became nearly unbeatable".

"Kevin's journey, our team embraced him".

"It's tough when you want there to be some respect and dignity and there hasn't been any and then you walk into a room with your daughter and your wife who have basically been insulted by his comments and they're distraught". It's not about who scored what.

"The last couple of days I've thought about it", he said. "Just as easy as he makes it for us". For that, you can go to downtown on Thursday morning Oakland.

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But Curry doesn't dwell on the fact that he's pulling in less than his peers. I mean, are you insane? "There was never any question in my mind that this was going to work".

"We make each other better and it's not about who gets the credit", Durant said. As a grinning Curry held daughter Riley in his arms, Durant stood next to them with his left hand on the point guard's head.

And if that's any indication, Curry criticized Trump after Under Armour CEO called Trump an "asset" to the country.

"My answer is, let's create more great teams, rather than completely focus on one incredible team and whether that's seemingly unfair to the other teams".

"He has had an unbelievable career, but he took it to the next level".

Durant might be asked to do the same-take less than he might command elsewhere to allow Golden State to keep Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston without salary cap issues.

"Steph definitely took a back seat to start the season until he realized we didn't need him to take a back seat, we need you to be aggressive as you're going to be", forward Draymond Green said.

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