OAKLAND -- About an hour after general manager Bob Myers said the defending champion Warriors would soon gather to determine their response to any potential invitation from the White House, Stephen Curry reiterated his personal views.
"I don't want to go," Curry said during Media Day on Friday.
Curry has previously stated this position, one he shares with several teammates. Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala also have expressed no interest in visiting President Donald Trump. David West has made clear his distaste for Trump's boorish conduct.
But Curry has thought not only about the subject but also how he reached his conclusion.
"That we don't stand for basically what our president has -- the things that he said and the things that he hasn't said in the right terms -- that we won't stand for it," he said. "And by acting and not going, hopefully that will inspire some change when it comes to what we tolerate in this country and what is accepted and what we turn a blind eye to.
"It's not just the act of not going. There are things you have to do on the back end to actually push that message into motion. You can talk about all the different personalities that have said things and done things, from (Colin) Kaepernick to what happened to (Michael) Bennett to all sorts of examples of what has gone on in our country that we need to kind of change. And we all are trying to do what we can, using our platforms, using our opportunities to shed light on that."
Officially, the Warriors have made no firm decision. They will discuss the matter in the coming day in hopes of reaching a consensus.
Though Curry understands the final decision will be made every consulting with every voice in the locker room -- including coach Steve Kerr, who also has been critical of Trump -- he's unwavering about his personal stance.
"It's not just me going to the White House. If it were, this would be a pretty short conversation," he said.
"Like I said, it's the organization; it's the team. And it's hard to say because I don't know exactly what we're going to do in lieu of or if we do go or if we don't go or whatever.
"But my beliefs stay the same. I'll have a better answer for that once I can kind of understand where the group is, too."
While Iguodala passed on delivering his stance, citing that he had been prepped on the subject by the team's media relations staff, Durant -- like Curry -- said he has to take the opinions of his teammates into consideration.
"It's going to be tough to change my mind," Durant said, "but we're going to talk about it as a team and figure out the next steps from there."
West did not divulge his decision, opting to firmly state he "will let everybody know my opinion" once the team meets on the subject.