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Kevin Durant Apologizes for Twitter Faux Pas-But He'd Do It Again

23 September 2017

While not a requirement of every administration, it has become nearly an expectation for major sports teams that win a championship to get an invitation and visit the White House.

The NBA has stayed in communication with the White House on the matter and it is believed an invitation would be extended if the team decided as a group to attend, according to ESPN.

Kerr told ESPN's Ramona Shelburn the team was still undecided about heading to D.C.to meet Trump at the White House, but meant to make a decision as a team soon.

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Kevin Durant, last season's Finals MVP, told ESPN's Chris Haynes in August that he didn't respect who's in the office and wouldn't make the visit either. Curry, head coach Steve Kerr and other members of the Warriors have been outspoken against president Donald Trump, his policies and his stances on social issues in the past, and Curry's comments then come as little surprise after he said the same thing in June.

"The league isn't going to tell us what to do". Durant's even got involved in ESPN's ranking of National Basketball Association stars, agreeing with Chris Brickley's suggestion that placing Carmelo Anthony at 64th in the list was purposely controversial to gain clicks.

"I use Twitter to engage with fans", Durant said, as quoted by the Guardian. It's not the fact that people were talking about me, because I deserve that, but I'm just more upset with myself that I let myself go that far, you know what I was saying? But in the end, to me, it's all about the players. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, whose San Francisco district is close to the Warriors' home base in Oakland, has invited the team to the Capitol.

Kevin Durant Apologizes for Twitter Faux Pas-But He'd Do It Again