American title teams are typically invited to the White House to be honored by the president. Donald Trump has not yet invited the Warriors, the 2016-17 NBA champions, and it's unclear at this point how it'll all play out.
"We will meet as a team to discuss it and make a decision," Warriors head coach Steve Kerr told ESPN this week as the team returns to action for media day Friday and training camp Saturday.
Kerr told NBCSportsBayArea.com last November that if the team were to win the NBA Finals -- which they did -- he would not accept an invitation to the White House.
And many of the Warriors players have already voiced similar opinions.
Veterans Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston during the regular season told NBCSportsBayArea.com they would skip the ceremonial visit should the season end with a championship. And veteran forward David West has been highly critical of Trump and has no desire to visit him.
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry, too, have been openly critical of Trump.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver shared his view in July, suggesting that if the Warriors are invited, they should accept.