Stephen Curry Says He'll Vote No on Warriors' Potential White House Trip

Doris Richards
September 23, 2017

"That's just me personally, but if I know my guys well enough, they'll all agree with me". I was doing it all summer, and it went too deep. Last month, Kevin Durant said he didn't want to celebrate the title with President Trump because he does not respect who's in office.

The Warriors have yet to receive a formal invitation to the White House, but coach Steve Kerr said the team is still undecided on if they would even go. "There are a lot of different dynamics to this and different viewpoints. Everything we do is about the players". "Everybody else was telling me to relax, to snap out of it, but I was really, really upset with myself more than anything". 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.

"I will put my two cents in, but the players, they're the ones who won the championship, they're the ones who did all the work, and they're the ones who will be very responsible for everything that we do". Those players included tight end Martellus Bennett, running back LaGarrette Blount and defensive back Devin McCourty. "Everything we do is about the players". "I don't think I'll stop engaging with fans", he said.

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. The team hasn't been invited yet. Several D.C. -based community service organizations have reached out to the organization as well. "Death to espn lol", Durant commented.

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