Golden State just missed out on going 16-0 in the playoffs, but it was still an impressive postseason run for the new NBA champions.
The Warriors won their second title in three years, but unlike the 2015 championship squad, this year’s team won’t be headed to Washington D.C., other than to face the Wizards next season.
Josh Brown, who is a CEO of a wealth-management firm and a contributor to CNBC, tweeted that the Warriors won’t visit President Donald Trump at the White House.
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However, Golden State put out a statement that said no decision has been reached: “Today is all about celebrating our championship. We have an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions when and if necessary.”
In 2016, the Warriors celebrated their title from the previous year by visiting former President Barack Obama.