James, Curry agree victor of NBA Finals would skip White House visit

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"It's typical of him". Everyone knows how crucial Game 3 is, especially the Warriors, who don't want to give James and the Cavaliers any life.

Friday, June 8: Golden State at Cleveland, 9 p.m.

"So I asked our coaching staff if we had a timeout", James said.

Last year, his tweet calling Trump a "bum", when he defended Steph Curry and the Warriors' decision not to visit the White House, was the most retweeted post by an athlete of 2017. "It's unfortunate but we all have to do what we have to do and the Eagles fall right into that".

"I don't care at all", he said. "I'm hopeful he can play, if not tomorrow then in game four". "The way we handled things previous year. we'll stay consistent with that".

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"It's not surprising", he said. "We're going to need that going out on the road". "We watched tape. We watched film and see the things that we can get better at, very minor things".

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James also supported NFL players who choose to kneel during the pre-game playing of the U.S. national anthem. "We're doing some good things, but it's not translating into Ws so we've got to figure it out".

James has good reason to think the Cavs will be a better when the ball goes up on their home court, where they have only dropped one game this post-season and have at times looked like an entirely different team.

"You can't control what other people try and do to control the narrative", Curry said.

"I'm not surprised", James said of Trump's behavior.

Golden State is considered to be enough of a threat to sign James that they rank among his top six potential destinations for the 2018-2019 National Basketball Association season, according to the latest betting odds. Iggy is a 13-year veteran, an All-Star, a two-time NBA champion and former NBA Finals MVP.

"It's laughable at this point", James said. For the third straight summer, you'll be preparing for fireworks once again...even if it's just a bunch of smoke.

Since taking office, Trump has criticized players for not standing for the national anthem. So therefore ain't no invite. It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going [to the White House].

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