Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Warriors say no decision has been made on White House visit

Following the victory Monday night, warriors' fans danced in the streets in downtown Oakland and wildly honked their horns in San Francisco.

Fans have spent the week snapping up championship shirts and hats as crews have been hanging gold and blue banners along the parade route. One pregnant fan even painted the Warriors' logo on her stomach.

On the way to his first NBA Championship, Warriors forward Kevin Durant, who joined the team in free agency last July, scored 39 points on 14-of-20 shooting, including a five-of-eight showing from three-point range, to go along with seven rebounds, five assists and one steal in the closeout game.

The reigning champion Golden State Warriors addressed speculation about whether they will make the traditional visit to the White House, saying they "will make those decisions when and if necessary".

So Thursday was a rare chance for the city to celebrate. So he and a friend headed to Oakland and snagged a prime spot by 3 a.m. Others had the same idea and came prepared with mats, umbrellas, tents and blankets.

"Somebody asked me about it a couple months ago, a hypothetical, if a championship were to happen: 'What would I do?' " Curry said during his exit interview at Golden State's practice facility Wednesday afternoon.

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Visiting the White House follow a champion has become something of a tradition for champion in major pro and college sports including the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NCAA.

Curry hopped and shouted as he gave high-fives to the crowd after getting off a double-decker bus during the Thursday parade.

Despite the incredible talent of the core Warriors - Curry, Thompson and Green, and not to mention the addition of former MVP and recently named Finals MVP Kevin Durant, the real reason the incredible run that brought the Warriors to the most dominant playoff performances in history wasn't been anything to do with their intense skill and training, but instread down to Klay Thompson and his ability to induce good fortune by signing a fan's toaster. Meanwhile, Klay Thompson threw T-shirts to fans and waved from the top of an open, double-decker bus.

The down-on-its-luck city that always seems to take a back seat to San Francisco gets to celebrate Thursday in a parade and rally for the beloved hometown team and its second National Basketball Association title in three years. Since he took over before the 2014-15 season, the Warriors have won at least 67 games each year and reached the Finals three years in a row.

BART officials at 6:30 a.m. reported that 35,724 people had climbed aboard trians and 17,710 had disembarked - a 7 percent jump from the same time in 2015.

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