Not long after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Finals, a report surfaced alleging that the Warriors had unanimously decided to skip the traditional celebratory visit to the White House.

The team has recently addressed the speculation, saying they haven't made a decision just yet.

Per ESPN,

"Today is all about celebrating our championship," the team said in a statement Tuesday. "We have not received an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions when and if necessary."

Warriors owner Joe Lacob was asked about his team potentially skipping the White House visit during his appearance on ESPN's First Take today.

"I can't believe we're getting this question already," Lacob said. "But honestly, that's something we'll worry about at the time. That's a long time from now."

There are plenty of Warriors players and coaches who have been outspoken about some of Trump's comments and policies, including David West who told The Undefeated's Marc Spears that he would probably decline the invite.

"I don't know. I probably won't," West said. "But I'm going to enjoy this. They're going to have to get me down from this cloud. I can't describe it."

Steve Kerr and Stephen Curry have also voiced their disapproval of President Trump but for now, at least, the team is just focused on celebrating with their friends, family and the fans.