"Yeah, I learned a lot about myself as well", Curry said, "just understanding - there's a point probably, we talked about it a lot this year, about the Christmas Day game and events leading up to that game where we understood how we all needed to be aggressive and be the players that we are in what we bring to the table every single night, that we can all show up every night and be ourselves and really achieve the potential that we all have together".
In a short statement Tuesday, the Warriors said: "Today is all about celebrating our championship".
Golden State Warriors fans are waking up early to secure a spot along the team's parade route in Oakland, California. "What we've built here is truly special, it's unique, it's something that you don't want to see end at all", Curry said. "And we are going to move forward with that when we have a chance to". "We have not received an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions when and if necessary". "So you don't know what's going to happen".
"Somebody asked me about [going to the White House] a couple of months ago, like a hypothetical, if the championship were to happen would I do it and I think I answered, 'I wouldn't go.' I still feel like that today", Curry told USA Today.
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Cosby has pleaded not guilty to three charges of aggravated indecent assault. "What's she going to say tomorrow?" he said. The arguments came after the defense on Monday called just a single witness at the start of the second week of the trial.
"We all know [that it is getting worse]", Iguodala said on the topic of racism.
President Trump has attracted criticism from many in the National Basketball Association. Golden State won the title on Monday and have yet to be invited to visit the White House, as is tradition for championship teams across American pro sports. Coach Steve Kerr also has been outspoken about issues with Trump.
"This is a moment we all need to enjoy together and nothing should distract what we were able to accomplish together".
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry said Wednesday that if the team is invited to visit the White House after winning the National Basketball Association championship then he probably won't go. "We don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year so we'll handle that accordingly and responsibly and do the right thing for us individually and as a group".