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Will the victor of the series - and let's be real, it looks like it'll be the Warriors - take the customary visit to the White House?

Iguodala, who has drawn a lot of time defending LeBron James in the past with positive results, has missed six games with a bruised left leg.

"I'm not surprised. It's typical of him", James, the Cleveland star, said Tuesday of Trump's decision to cancel.

Curry later added, "I agree with 'Bron" and teammate Kevin Durant concurred, saying, "I'm sure whoever wins this series won't be going".

After winning their second title in three years in 2017, many Warriors said they did not want to attend the White House and the team's invitation was subsequently withdrawn by Trump over what he dubbed as "hesitation" on the part of point guard and two-time MVP Stephen Curry.

Numerous people responded to Trump, including Eagles players, noting among other things that few players were going to attend, anyway, and that no Eagles player kneeled during the playing of the national anthem last season. "So I would upgrade him to questionable", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Tuesday before Iguodala practiced in preparation for the NBA Finals Game 3 on Wednesday. Additionally, Curry explains how his Warriors intend on exploiting Cleveland's weaknesses for the rest of the NBA Finals. I think that's important.

"I don't know how I felt last year or the year before that", James said.

"What's on my mind is getting my body, mind and focus ready for Game 3", Thompson said.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders called the players' decision to boycott the Super Bowl victory celebration event "a political stunt". "When somebody says they don't want to come to the White House, he disinvites them so the photo op don't look bad", Durant said.

Curry agreed with James that the Warriors will not visit the White House if they are champions again. For much of the NBA's history, what any individual player has said during the Finals hasn't necessarily been a big deal.

Mr Trump has feuded with National Football League players over the past year, blasting on-field protests in which players sat or kneeled during the national anthem to protest against racial bias in the United States criminal justice system, amid accusations of excessive use of force against black people by police.

"It's a distant memory but I still feel that feeling", Curry told Michael Lee of Yahoo Sports. "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up". "We get it at this point". So, I would be perfectly fine with any of our players doing so.