After Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank remarked that Trump's presidency would be a "real asset" for the country, Curry replied, "I agree with that description, if you remove the "et" from asset". "I answered I wouldn't go".
Its a bittersweet moment today, said Carolina Gallegos, 32, an Oakland resident.
If a team was going to visit the Trump White House after such public refutations from some of the league's highest profile personalities, there would be many left looking for justification.
The most vociferous response came from small forward Andre Iguodala who said, "Hell, nah!" when questioned by journalist Sam Amick from USA Today. So, sorry I went on a little rant, but that's how I feel about the team. "Bay Area fans are fantastic, our organization's incredible, we've put together an unbelievable team that's competing for championships every year".
"All the pieces that we have are important to the equation of winning a championship and competing for a championship every single year. So we'll handle that accordingly and responsibly". "I might call him and say, 'If they ask, just say our schedules conflicted.' And then if y'all write something, we'll say, 'Fake News'". The Warriors have been dubbed a super team with the addition of Durant. The Warriors hosted their parade in the streets of Oakland. We're just trying to celebrate and enjoy everything. That sparked Golden State's push to sign Durant, who made a decision to leave his original team, the Oklahoma City Thunder.
How else to describe the championship ring that Durant soon will get? The 7-foot (2.13 m) small forward and 2017 Finals MVP has said that after his controversial decision leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and join the Warriors last offseason, he is not eager to move again.
"We're going to do what our leader (Curry) does", Iguodala told Amick.
LeBron James, whose Cavaliers won the title a year ago and fell to the Warriors on Monday, said during a visit to Obama's White House in November that his team would "have to cross that road" if it triumphed again under Trump.
Another Cleveland player, Iman Shumpert, was more direct, saying in November, "I'm not going to the White House".