It all started with a tweet from The Halftime Report host Josh Brown.
The Warriors' statement comes less than 24 hours after Clemson visited the White House to honor a national championship win against Alabama in January, in which President Trump said the Tigers "won a championship game for the ages".
According to USA Today's Sam Amick, before the Warriors' championship-clinching Game 5, Andre Iguodala was asked if he would accept an invitation to the White House and said "hell nah". "We will make those decisions when and if necessary".
The question on everyone's mind after the Warriors' recent championship is whether they will continue the tradition of title winners visiting the White House.
"I'm picturing this scene where I go in and say, 'hey everybody, everyone be quiet, let's take a vote on whether we want to go to the White House.' Are you insane?"
Curry called Trump an ass in a roundabout way in an interview with Thompson and criticized Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank for publicly supporting him from a business standpoint.
Multiple victims injured in San Francisco shooting
In its statement , UPS said the company wasn't immediately sure of the status of the survivors who were taken to the hospital. A long column of two rows of UPS employees were escorted out of the building by armed police officers, KPIX-TV reported.
"I agree with that description", Curry told The San Jose Mercury News.
The Warriors' David West didn't hold back either.
"We all know (that it is getting worse)", he said.
Dub Nation is severing diplomatic ties with the White House.
But this isn't the first time controversy has sprung up over a sports team meeting Trump.
Tom Brady didn't appear, citing "personal family matters" as why he wouldn't attend, ABC News reported.
The 2017 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers was as exciting as expected.