NBA Champion Golden State Warriors Won't Visit the White House

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The Golden State Warriors got serious revenge for last year's NBA Finals defeat to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers with a dominant 4-1 series win this week, wrapping up their second title in three years.

"Today is all about celebrating our championship".

A report surfaced shortly after Game 5 claiming that the Warriors would unanimously refuse any invitation to the White House, but that report was clearly debunked by the organization's statement. She said 'look at me, boy, look at... boy!' - Yo momma was about to spank yo ass.

From now on, when people say the name Kevin Durant, they'll have to add a two-word prefix: NBA Champion. The brand has also readied a range of limited-edition product including customizable Air Force 1s with cork details - a nod to the champagne bottles that are a staple of National Basketball Association championship celebrations. "So I've also realized that as far as becoming more of a team player, since my first year I've grown so much and I'm proud of myself in that area as well, but I've got a long ways to go".

CNBC's Josh Brown tweeted overnight that the Warriors had voted to not go to the White House to celebrate their second championship in three seasons.

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Warriors players on buses passed Cahambing and his family twirling T-shirts over their heads and waving to the crowd as blue and yellow confetti rained down.

Since that moment the team went on its incredible 31-2 streak and thus the internet was quick to point out the significance of the toaster which is now of the most valuable pieces of sports memorabilia going.

The Warriors would be the first National Basketball Association champions to travel to Washington since President Donald Trump took office. With Kevin Durant claiming Finals MVP honors and Stephen Curry set to sign a five-year, $207 "supermax" contract extension this summer, Golden State could keep its core intact for years to come. The Warriors have been dubbed a super team with the addition of Durant.

The Warriors made one of the great playoff runs of all time to win the title.

They might have gotten back into that winning spirit last night, but the Golden State Warriors apparently aren't feeling the talk of "winning" coming out of a certain President's mouth.