Trump says will not invite either NBA finals winner to White House

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President Donald Trump took a parting shot at the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors on Friday

Pardons then became somewhat of the theme of the week; Trump later announced he will commute the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, the 63-year-old first-time nonviolent drug offender whom Kim Kardashian advocated for during her White House visit last week.

President Trump rescinded the invitation in a tweet: "Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team".

"That was one of the great memories for me in my career", Kerr said.

After last year's National Basketball Association title victory, Trump withdrew an invitation to the Warriors after Curry said he was considering not going.

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

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

The Warriors and Cavaliers face off Wednesday night in Game 3 of the Finals in Cleveland. "We're not going to invite either team", he said.

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Trump issued his invitation to the National Hockey League champions and NBA snub following a divisive controversy that resulted on Tuesday in the National Football League's Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles not making the trip to see the president, a long-standing tradition of US collegiate and professional championship teams.

Tim Dagit of Chester Springs, Pa. holds up an Philadelphia Eagles jersey for quarterback Carson Wentz and an American flag during the "Celebration of America" event on the South Lawn of the White House on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, in Washington. Many members of the US Olympic Team that competed earlier this year in South Korea did not attend a White House reception. "But I'm really proud of the people in this country who are recognizing what's happening and instead of turning this into a political game, they're just trying to do good deeds because that's what it takes". Given James disdain for President Donald Trump, this makes sense.

"U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain't going!"

Warriors star Kevin Durant and coach Steve Kerr had also made it quite clear their dislike for the president.

"When someone says they don't want to come to the White House, he disinvites them so the photo op doesn't look bad", he said. We get it at this point.

"I agree with 'Bron", Curry said at a separate news conference.

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