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The Golden State Warriors Love Them Some Barack Obama


Players from the Golden State Warriors crowded around former President, Barack Obama, for a group photo.

The picture was taken just before Thursday’s game against the Washington Wizards. In the photo, there’s Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, and others, with Barack Obama standing, proudly, in the middle.

This is the third time that the team has, knowingly, been in the presence of the 44th President. Back in 2015 and 2016, they met with Obama, and once more in 2017, after winning the NBA Championship.

It’s safe to say that they’re very selective of the company they choose to be around. After winning the NBA Championship in 2018, the GSW declined a visit to the White House by President Donald Trump.

Kevin Durant told TMZ that, “We don’t f*ck with [Trump],” when talking about who the team prefers.

Following the picture, the team had another great game. GSW won against the Wizards, with a score of 126-118.

Shortly after the win, they met with Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi is the Speaker of the House of Representatives and was in attendance at Thursday’s game.

Thoughts? What do you think everyone talked about? Share your thoughts below.

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