So, sorry I went on a little rant, but that's how I feel about the team. Coach Steve Kerr and each player addressed the crowd during an 80-minute rally.
Fresh off its second National Basketball Association championship in three years, Golden State Warriors officials declined to say Tuesday whether the team would visit the White House if invited.
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".
Rumors about the team's decision sprouted after a CNBC analyst tweeted that the team unanimously chose to skip the White House visit.
When asked by Sam Amick of USA Today if we would accept an invitation, Iguodala responded, "Hell nah".
And the team's coaching staff is equally formidable. Superteam? No, we just work extremely well together. And the different kind of ceremonies and traditions that have happened around championship-winning teams, we don't want that to taint what we've accomplished this year. "We will handle that accordingly and responsibly, and do the right thing for us individually and as a group".
"We just won the championship, and I guarantee that wasn't on anyone's mind", Durant told reporters Wednesday. "I don't believe we're a superteam here". And I know the team will have a conversation about what's going on, going forward. He joined a team that went 73-9 the year prior before it fell to the Cavs in the 2016 NBA Finals.
Even from six rows back, 9- and 10-year-old brothers William and Rizal Cahambing were not going to miss a chance to see their favorite Golden State Warriors player, Stephen Curry, as he rode atop a double-decker bus during Thursday's parade to celebrate the team's latest championship. "That doesn't mean I wouldn't want another championship", he added.