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Caps, yes; Warriors, Cavs, no

10 June 2018

Whether the Golden State Warriors complete the sweep in Game 4 of the NBA Finals tonight or if the Cleveland Cavaliers pull off the unthinkable and win it in 7, there won't be a championship celebration at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

"We're not going to invite either team", he told reporters Friday morning.

This president who has taken a personal vendetta against all athletes who protest during the national anthem, calling them "sons of bitches" who don't belong in this country, now wants to sit down with those activist athletes so they can recommend people they believe should be pardoned.

In response to the Eagles news, the Cavaliers' LeBron James said, "That's typical of him". "When somebody says they don't want to come to the White House, he disinvites them".

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Durant teamed up with stars like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green make the Warriors an unbeatable dream team.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Friday that United States President Donald Trump announcing he won't invite the 2018 NBA Finals victor to the White House causes "a bit of resignation that this is where we find ourselves". "I'm not surprised. I know no matter who wins this series no one wants the invite, anyways".

"Congratulations to the Washington Capitals on their GREAT play and winning the Stanley Cup Championship".

That's good because on Friday President Donald Trump made it clear he doesn't want them there either. "Let's hear it for the Eagles!" he shouted, as audience members booed him.

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Looks like yet another sports team won't be celebrating a championship win with a visit to the White House.

The 2018 Super Bowl Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, like the Warriors, were also not invited to the White House.

Trump's attacks on kneeling football players always draw applause at his rallies and he has urged fans to leave a game if they see a player kneeling. I think that's important.

James, who described Trump as a "bum" following the furore, said this week neither the Warriors nor the Cavs would be likely to accept an invitation after this year's NBA Finals.

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Caps, yes; Warriors, Cavs, no