After President Trump uninvited the Golden State Warriors from attending the white house, the team has had no problems with occupying their extra free time. Just recently, the Warriors went on an undisclosed tour with local D.C. kids and now the team has chosen to head to the National Museum of African American History and Culture to “hang out with some kids,” according to Klay Thompson. The defending champions had all intentions to keep their plans for what they would do in Washington D.C. in replace of visiting the White House, until Klay Thompson let the cat out of the bag after Monday night’s 125-111 victory against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
“The White House is a great honor, but there are some other circumstances that we felt uncomfortable going. We’re not going to politicize anything. We’re going to hang out with some kids, and take them after to the African American Museum, and hopefully teach them some things we learned along the way, and life lessons, and hopefully give them some great memories,” stated Thompson.
Many wonder, whether or not their visit will attract any extra attention, mainly from the President and his twitter account. Sources say that at this point the Warriors are ready for it to be over with. When Stephen Curry was asked whether it would be weird not to visit the White House, he responded with, “Not really. It’s kind of beating a dead horse at this point. We’re excited about the opportunity we’re going to do tomorrow as a team. Other than that, it’s a business trip.”