As is customary in the United States, teams who achieve sporting excellence are honoured at the White House, with the Warriors expected to receive an invite after winning the National Basketball Association finals on Tuesday.
In February, Curry, who is paid to endorse Under Armour apparel, took strong issue with that company's CEO, Kevin Plank, calling Trump an "asset". History says it would have been dwarfed by what the third straight meeting between the Warriors and Cavaliers generated.
"I don't know. I probably won't", West said.
"I know our front office is going to continue to try to put our ball club, put our franchise, in a position where we can compete for a championship year in and year out", James said.
"Obviously, as a team, we're going to have a conversation", Curry continued. "And different kinds of ceremonies and traditions that have happened around championship-winning teams, we don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year".
"That's a realistic thing to say though, right?"
NBA commissioner Adam Silver isn't bothered with the way the Golden State Warriors constructed their title-winning team, adding one-time MVP Kevin Durant in free agency after making trips to the NBA Finals in back-to-back years.
"I left everything on the floor every game, all five games", he said. It was so fantastic to see KD win his first NBA Title and MVP! Let us enjoy that and we will figure it out.
It's important that those who oppose Trump's efforts to take our country and our investment in education backwards stand united.
Since defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers to bring home another championship to the Bay Area, one of the biggest question circulating right now is if the team has plans to visit the White House and meet President Trump if they are invited.
As reported by The New York Times today, Josh Brown of CNBC's Halftime Report tweeted early this morning that the Golden State Warriors had decided not visit the White House, which is customary for national sports champions. I mean, mentioning Shaun Livingston when you're trying to debunk Golden State being a super team is really grasping at a super straw.