James and the Cavaliers are now down 0-2 in their best-of-seven series against the Golden State Warriors.
On Sunday night, the Warriors won Game Two - this time on the back of 33 points and an National Basketball Association finals record nine three-pointers from Steph Curry.
LeBron said he had just learned the news Tuesday as he was walking up to the podium.
"It's an important conversation, but you can't control what other people try to do, or try to control the narrative or things like that", Curry said. 'I'm pretty sure the way we handled things previous year, [we will] kinda stay consistent with that, ' Curry said Tuesday when asked whether the Warriors would skip the visit should they win this time. "And every team that's won a championship since then has gone through that".
Berman noted that no Eagles players kneeled during the anthem a year ago, but Conway asked to "unpack that separately".
He also noted that - contrary to what the president tweeted on Tuesday - none of the Eagles took a knee during the national anthem this season, nor did they wait in the locker room in protest.
Kerr used the WNBA champions, the Minnesota Lynx, as another example of athletes showing their patriotism through work in the community.
"I'm not sure about the whole anthem policy".
Instead, the Warriors toured the National Museum of African-American History and Culture with local students when they visited Washington to play the Wizards in late February. "Pretty sure the way we handled things a year ago, kind of stay consistent with that". "So it's just the way it is".
"I'm blown away by the irony with the Eagles being disinvited", Kerr continued. Whether it's Trump, Obama, or Bush, you put your political differences aside in respect of the Oval Office and to preserve civility in this country. Golden State's Kevin Durant said. He didn't want to disappoint them. So the photo op don't look bad. "We're here today, got an OTA practice. I'm not surprised. It's typical of him", James said of President Trump.