LeBron James: Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't accept White House invite

LeBron James: Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't accept White House invite

Durant especially, a player likely to crack the mythical 30,000 points mark, has plenty to gain in all-time discussions should the Warriors win, so history has often been a topic of conversation for Durant. Curry said that the Warriors are prepared to face the rowdy crowd at Quicken Loans Arena.

"You've got to do what's in the best interest of your team", Curry said. "I don't feel good how I feel right now, not how I feel about the rest of the series".

When Golden State's Steph Curry was asked about Trump's actions, his response was simple: "I agree" with James, Curry said.

The Warriors opened up a 2-0 lead after back-to-back opening wins at home to take a giant stride towards a third crown in four years in what is their fourth straight finals meeting with the Cavaliers.

James carried the team with an incredible 51-point performance.

"I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway". But we have an opportunity. "And he was standing over my leg, and I don't understand what people want me to do". The versatile bench player - who had moved to the starting lineup earlier in the playoffs - is a vital cog for the team's offensive rhythm and for its defensive strategy.

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But James was still answering questions about the Game 1 loss that would have changed the mood for both teams had it gone Cleveland's way. With 4.5 seconds left, Smith snared the offensive rebound but dribbled out to midcourt, seeming to run out the clock.

"They can offer him the most, and they are willing to do anything they can to keep him here, etc. etc., and obviously the wife is going to have a major, major say in things. Just because we're going home doesn't mean we can relax".

I think as long as he's in office, then the communication and things like that are going to continue to happen.

"I actually tried to call timeout". You know, instead of acknowledging that the kneeling national anthem protests are a political statement against police brutality targeted towards young people of color. "I guess you all probably seen the reaction from that point on". One in particular, a photo of Smith's teammate LeBron James apparently gesturing at him in horror, continued to churn out new captions all weekend. James smiled and shrugged it off.

"Everybody looked at me like I was insane", Durant said in an interview with The Athletic.

The Warriors are trying to join Bill Russell's Celtics, the Bulls led by Michael Jordan and the Lakers" trio of title runs fueled by George Mikan in the 1950s, Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the "80s, and Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant almost 20 years ago as the only franchises in National Basketball Association history to capture three championships in four years.

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