Warriors, Students from Kevin Durant’s Hometown to Tour African American Museum

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The Golden State Warriors will finally celebrate their 2016-17 NBA championship in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.

Per ESPN’s Chris Haynes, the Warriors and students from Kevin Durant’s hometown of Seat Pleasant, Maryland, will tour an African American museum in the nation’s capital.

Klay Thompson told Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post that visiting the White House is a “great honor,” but the team felt “uncomfortable going” due to other circumstances.

“We’re not going to politicize anything,” Thompson said. “We’re going to hang out with some kids, and take them to the African American Museum, and hopefully teach them some things we learned along the way, and life lessons, and hopefully give them some great memories.”

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