The Warriors have not made an official announcement, but head coach Steve Kerr and several players have been openly critical of Trump and his policies.
"It's so rare so I know exactly how lucky I am", Kerr told ESPN.
'We're going to do what our leader (Curry) does, ' Iguodala said. "That's the plan, so I just got to keep pushing forward". I think Andre [Iguodala] and Draymond [Green] may have been asked about it, and David West.
"This kind of stuff happens very rarely in the National Basketball Association where you get a group of players this talented who are together in their primes". But after the game that's the last thing on our minds.
The Golden State Warriors star point guard said that, as he's noted in the past, he wouldn't be inclined to go to the White House.More news: How Trump's Cuba policy could affect your travel plans
"Maybe (Trump) doesn't (invite us) and we don't go, or we don't say anything and make a big deal of it, and he doesn't make a big deal of it and we go our separate ways. We have not received an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions, when and if necessary".
Stephen Curry addressed the question of whether he'd go to the White House if invited by the president for winning the National Basketball Association title. "That's not going to happen, we're having too much fun for that".
Iguodala joked Tuesday there might even be a different president in the White House if and when that invite does come.
Kerr has called Donald Trump a "blowhard" and "ill-suited" to be president.
'Hell nah, ' he said of taking part in a visit.