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OAKLAND — The Golden State Warriors say no decision has been made regarding a potential White House visit to celebrate their NBA title.

The Warriors issued a statement Tuesday saying that "today is all about celebrating our championship" and that they have not received an invitation to the White House. The statement added the organization would make those decisions when and if necessary."

The team issued the statement following multiple reports that the Warriors had voted unanimously against making a White House trip.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr expressed his disappointment with the election results last November saying after the election that President Donald Trump regularly used "racist, misogynist, insulting words" during his campaign.

Members of the Super champion New England Patriots and national college football champion Clemson have visited the White House for championship celebrations since Trump took office.


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(seedings in parentheses)

Wednesday’s results


Division 1

(1) Eureka 6, (5) Technology 3

(3) Fortuna, (2) Arcata 0

Saturday’s games


Division 1

(1) Eureka vs. (3) Fortuna, TBD

Division 3 (1) St. Vincent vs. (3) Credo, 2 p.m.


Wednesday's results


Division 1

(4) Roseland University Prep 1, (1) Fortuna 0

(7) Gateway 1, (3) Stuart Hall 0

Division 2

(1) Head-Royce 4, (4) Athenian 0

(2) Making Waves 5, (6) Drew 0


Division 3

(3) Roseland Collegiate Prep 0, (1) Anderson Valley 0, RCP wins 3-2 on penalty kicks

Saturday’s games


Division 1 (4) Roseland University Prep vs. (7) Gateway, TBD

Division 2 (1) Head-Royce vs. (2) Making Waves Academy at Fremont Christian, 1 p.m.