LeBron dislikes being in 0-2 hole against Warriors

Curry switch

When asked if he will play, he said: "I don't know".

"Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team", the president tweeted in September.

The Golden State Warriors took a 2-0 series lead and defended home court with a dominant 122-103 win in Game 2.

For the remainder of his National Basketball Association career and probably life, JR Smith may never forget the exasperated look which crossed LeBron James's face at the end of regular time in Game One of this year's National Basketball Association finals. LeBron has a player option to opt out of the final year of his three-year deal, and fans have speculated for more than a year now about where he could end up.

"It's one of the toughest losses I've had in my career", James acknowledged on Saturday, "because of everything that kind of went on with the game and the way we played".

"There are a lot of people that believe that he's not for the people or doing things that's right by the people", he added. As a team, the Warriors shot a healthy 57 percent from the field and 15 of 36 from the three-point line as they led by 13 points at halftime before running away with the game in the fourth quarter where Curry took over. "But I think I agree with LeBron". Will the victor of the series - and let's be real, it looks like it'll be the Warriors - take the customary visit to the White House?

"We've just got to embrace whatever happens and look forward to a insane environment with a team that's desperate", Durant said. We're used to the dynamic of being ahead in the series and then have everything shift when you go on the road. "I mean, we're in the NBA Finals".

In a statement motivating the decision to revoke the Eagles' invite, the Office of the Press Secretary highlighted how some members of the team disagreed with Trump over his insistence players should stand for the national anthem.

"LeBron, this crowd and their environment, we know the kind of force they're going to bring". "So you got that going on".

"We all feel that we can still win this series, and that we can play a lot better", said Cavaliers guard George Hill.

Durant especially, a player likely to crack the mythical 30,000 points mark, has plenty to gain in all-time discussions should the Warriors win, so history has often been a topic of conversation for Durant.