Warriors' Steph Curry says he'll vote against team's White House visit

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Warriors' Steph Curry says he'll vote against team's White House visit

Warriors general manager Bob Myers kicked off the media day festivities today, and when asked about the potential visit to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he said a decision has not yet been reached, but the team has had "discussions" with the White House.

However, the NBA's collective stance towards Trump's administration has given reason to believe that the Warriors would skip the customary visit.

Kerr told ESPN's Ramona Shelburn the team was still undecided about heading to D.C.to meet Trump at the White House, but meant to make a decision as a team soon.

According to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne, the Warriors organisation has yet to receive invitation to visit the White House. The latest incident has reportedly harmed his reputation among the team. "However, the National Basketball Association has stayed in close enough communication with the White House on the matter, and it is believed an invitation would be extended if the team decided as a group to attend", read the report.

Stephen Curry vowed to pass up a visit to the White House and President Donald Trump in favor of "making a statement".

"Nah, I won't do that", Durant told ESPN. "I don't respect who's in office right now".

Much has been said about the entire Kevin Durant alternate Twitter account saga, with fans, media personalities and players alike all voicing their opinion on KD's social media antics. "I don't know if they can be changed".

The Warriors don't visit Washington until February 28, when they play the Wizards. "There are a lot of different dynamics to this and different viewpoints". They see a bright future for Durant in Oakland, league and team sources told The Vertical, and are bewildered as to why he is still addressing his past.

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