At a news conference on Tuesday, James told reporters, "I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway".
That's good because on Friday President Donald Trump made it clear he doesn't want them there either.
Curry is referencing last year's controversy when the Warriors declined an invitation the White House. Afterward, Trump wasn't happy with the Warriors and went full petty on a Twitter rant that led to the Warriors being no longer invited to the White House.
"My attitude, if they want to be here, it's the greatest place on earth".
"It's typical of him, I'm not surprised... We're not going to invite either team", Trump told reporters before departing for Canada, where he will participate in the G7 Summit.
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Trump on Monday abruptly canceled the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the White House, claiming it had to do with the NFL protests during the playing of the national anthem.
The president held "A Celebration of America" event instead.
Earlier this week, James said neither team would accept an invitation.
"I didn't invite them".
But those visits have been less frequent since President Trump took office. "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up!" The move prompted a tweet from James, who wrote "U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain't going!"
That said, dictatorships such as Saudi Arabia have succeeded in flattering Trump and getting something in return - largely because they can offer him material rewards in addition to kind words.