LeBron says NBA champ won't be going to White House

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"It's typical of him", James said of Trump. Some Warriors said they would not attend a White House ceremony a year ago, shortly after Golden State won the NBA Finals.

In these Finals, the crowd and the arena will not win Games 3 and 4 for the Cavs.

"As long as he's in office, then the communication and things like that are going to continue to happen", James said about Trump.

"There are a lot of things we believe in as Americans we don't believe he's for", James said. "That's not surprising hearing the news today with the Eagles".

James was sensational in the two losses to Golden State on the road in Oakland but despite scoring 51 points in Game 1 and having a near triple double in Game 2, he has mostly been a one-man army against the deep and talented Warriors squad.

As they look to take a 2-0 series lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors will once again be without forward Andre Iguodala.

After the Warriors drubbed Cleveland 122-103, as Basketball Reference records, in Game Two behind Stephen Curry's record-setting nine three-pointers - accounting for 27 of his game-high 33 points - Las Vegas oddsmakers don't see much hope for the home team climbing back into the series, even though Cleveland has won eight of their nine home games in the 2018 NBA playoffs so far.

The WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx were not invited to the White House to celebrate their most recent title, something James called "laughable".

The vehicle carrying Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari pulls up outside of the West Wing of the White House on April 30, 2018 in Washington, DC. When you're down like this, in a deficit like this versus a team like this, there's no good feeling. "So many people want to chime in. Pretty much in the post-season since I returned a few years ago".

"So, that's refreshing that he's educating people along the way".

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"That would have helped but more than that, LeBron showed poor leadership there and I'm sure he knows that by now". "He's getting closer, and I'm hopeful that he can play".

"What else do you expect Trump to do?"

Hockey's Pittsburgh Penguins and baseball's Houston Astros have accepted invitations to the White House for the traditional meeting with the President in recent months, as have several college teams.

"We've just got to embrace whatever happens and look forward to a insane environment with a team that's desperate", Durant said. Kerr said he would not have a problem with one of his players protesting the national anthem in the vein of bringing notice to police brutality and racial inequality as former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick did.

"When you have that attitude on the bench towards a guy who just messed up... remember you've still got to play in overtime". That's what the military fights for, is free speech.

Speaking with reporters Tuesday afternoon, Thompson said he'd be fine for Game 3. So, it's just a partnership. "I guess ya'll probably seen the reaction from that point on".

Curry said Tuesday that he spoke with a current Eagles player about the team's decision-making process and how it went deeper than disagreeing with Trump policies and the ongoing issue of some National Football League players choosing not to stand for the pregame playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner".

The latest injury update before Game 3 is an encouraging one for both players.

- Normal in three years? "So, it's just the way it is".