According to a recent CNN article, it would be quite a shock and seriously awkward if the Golden State Warriors went to the White House for the customary congratulations from the President.

The President is Donald Trump and the Warriors are, well, the Warriors. The team’s coach Steve Kerr in May called Trump a “blowhard” who “couldn’t be more ill-suited to be President.” He went on a post-election rant at a team news conference where expressed his disappointment that “the man who’s going to lead you has used racist, misogynist words.”

Other basketball stars might disagree with the Warrior’s should they skip a White House trip. Retired Laker Kobe Bryant recently told Politico he’d “probably” visit the White House. “That visit is more than how you feel about the current administration. It’s about the guys next to you, about the flag, about the kids out there who look up to you and the United States. But, honestly, it’s a tough call.”

What are your thoughts? Do you believe the new NBA Champs should continue the tradition regardless of their political views?