LeBron James & Stephen Curry Agree to the NBA Champions Not Visiting the White House

Updated On 06 Jun, 2018 Published On

Just a day after the US President Donald Trump called off the 2018 Super Bowl Winners Philadelphia Eagles trip to the White House, LeBron James and Stephen Curry agree that neither Cleveland Cavaliers nor the Golden State Warriors would visit the White House as winners. 

The President canceled the scheduled trip of the Philadelphia Eagles to the Presidential House after the ongoing NFL kneeling dispute. Two of the basketball legends came out to support Philadelphia Eagles and tell the President not to invite them after their NBA championship. 

A day before his match, LeBron was asked to contemplate Trump's decision to call off the Super Bowl Winner's visit. 

I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway.

James stated that neither of the teams would be willing to go to the White House after the series is over. He added,

It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going.

James also added that Americans, especially Philadelphia Eagles, shouldn't let the uninvited news take away what the team had achieved. 

Following James interview, Stephen was also asked if he agreed on what his competitor had to say. He also responded to James comment positively accepting upon skipping their White Houe visit after the win. 

The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors have already played two games in their best of seven events to decide this year's NBA champions. Although they are rivals, they agree to one thing; both of the teams will decline to visit the White Houe if they win. 

The Cleveland Cavaliers will face the Golden Warriors in Game 3 today, May 6 on ABC. It's a must-win game for the Cavaliers as they have already lost two games in a row.