With Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors set for Wednesday, LeBron James is still dribbling, and he's not "shutting up" about matters concerning the US presidency.
James' remark came in response to President Donald Trump's decision to disinvite the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles from a celebration of their title at the White House. "I'm not surprised. It's typical of him", James said of President Trump. "But it's typical of him", James said. "I mean I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway, so it wont be Golden State or Cleveland going".
LeBron also stated that neither the Cavs nor Warriors would go to the White House following this year's National Basketball Association championship, prompting Golden State point guard Stephen Curry to agree.
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"I think what you're seeing is- I think the athletes are showing patriotism. through their community service", Kerr told reporters.
The White House later said the planned Tuesday gathering was short-circuited because the team engaged in a "political stunt" by promising dozens of players would attend and then saying only a handful would.
LeBron James does not see a White House visit as a possibility for the Cavaliers or the Warriors.
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The White House said the event would be called off and replaced with a celebration of the National Anthem and Trump tweeted that was the cause. During the playing of "God Bless America", the president, who has demanded that NFL players stand for the national anthem instead of peacefully protest to raise awareness of social injustice and policy brutality by kneeling or raising a fist, sang only part of the song.
Curry said the team has been on the same page after his comments a year ago and Trump's subsequent revoking of the Warriors' invitation. "Pretty sure the way we handled things past year, kinda stay consistent with that".
But today (June 6), Jenkins put the power of creative protest in display One sign said "YOU AREN'T LISTENING", another said "Chris Long gave his entire year's salary to educational initiatives".
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The Italian saved a set point at 6-5 to force the tie-break, and both players produced some incredible tennis in it. He admitted he was also close to quitting at 1-5 down in the second set.
Current Eagles players are placing their focus on matters of greater significance than publicly commenting on the anthem issue or the scrapped visit to the White House. "The Eagles wanted to send a smaller delegation, but the 1,000 fans planning to attend the event deserve better".
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