Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors laughs during a photo shoot during the Golden States Warriors media day at Rakuten Performance Center on September 22, 2017 in Oakland, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images/AFP
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President Donald Trump says if a basketball player doesn't want to visit the White House to celebrate an NBA title, then don't bother showing up.Trump responded Saturday on Twitter to star Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors -- who's made it clear he's not interested in a traditional post-title White House visit.It was not immediately clear whether Trump was rescinding the invitation for Curry or the entire team.Warriors Coach Steve Kerr said Friday that the team expected to meet as a group in the coming days to decide whether to visit Trump's White House.Curry said a decision to not visit the White House would only be a first step.
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