By AMY TAINTOR
As Donald Trump made his way to the White House this afternoon, so did the Cleveland Cavaliers. The 2016 NBA Champions met with President Obama and the first family in Washington, D.C., today.
The Cavaliers brought back the first professional sports championship to Ohio City since 1964, which is definitely something to celebrate.
President Obama was especially excited to meet Lebron James.
“When you see LeBron James, it is not just his power and his speed and his vertical, it is his unselfishness it is his work ethic, it is his insistence on always making the right play,” said Obama.
In the midst of political history that was made on Tuesday when Trump was elected president, Richard Jefferson, former Cleveland Cavalier, said that no NBA champion team will want to make the trip to the White House while Trump is in office.
That sparks the question of whether or not this will be the last visit to the White House for any sports team for at least the next four years.
I guess we will have to wait and see.