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WASHINGTON – Golden State’s road trip to the nation’s capital was special for Kevin Durant.

Instead of visiting the White House like teams often do after winning a championship, the Warriors toured the National Museum of African American History and Culture along with 40 kids from Seat Pleasant Activity Center in Durant’s Maryland hometown.

“Definitely cool learning more stuff and being there with my teammates and the kids from my neighborhood,” he said.  

Durant, who said he never had…