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07 June 2018, 04:29 | Rose Hansen
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"I hope to be in that situation and win two more games where we win a championship and obviously know what comes with that", said Curry. "We've been here the last three years for Game 3".
In September previous year, Stephen Curry revealed he hoped the Warriors could "inspire change" by not attending the White House visit, only for Trump to revoke the invitation the following day because "Stephen Curry is hesitating".
The Cavaliers stole Game 7 of that series on the road to advance to the finals, where they are battling the defending champion Warriors for the fourth consecutive year.
As close as things were in Games 1 and 2, there's no need or no reason to look at the series as being over. "They might have been deflated, and they came back and won, so we're expecting another great effort from them", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
Kevin Durant echoed his colleagues' words and was even more explicit in stating this year's National Basketball Association victor will not visit the White House next year. We get it at this point.
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James won two titles with Miami and achieved his goal of bringing a crown to his home region, but the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player would fall to 3-6 in the finals with a loss this year.
The decision came after Trump said the team wanted to send a smaller delegation due to the dispute over whether NFL players must stand during the playing of the national anthem. 'But I think more importantly we shouldn't, as Americans and especially the people in Philadelphia shouldn't let that news take away from what that unbelievable team did and accomplished. "If you focus on who is saying the right things, you shouldn't get lost in the noise that's going on right now".
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He graduated from Weequahic High School in 1951 before receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bucknell University. When asked whether the central character of his fictional novel - Lindbergh - was exactly like Trump, Roth disagreed.