Is it over yet? The childish bull**** that constantly occurs at the White House? No? Still got 2 more years huh? Well, we should probably get used to no more championship teams making trips to the White House.

After news broke that less than 10 Philadelphia Eagles were going to show up, the President came out and took back the invite to the team, claiming that they weren't going to show up because they are unpatriotic and would rather disrespect the flag. Sorry, but that's complete horse****.

I'm not going to get into all of it, but this is the epitome of that bratty ass kid threatening to take his ball and go home if the other kids don't let him win.

Well, we better get used to teams not going to the White House because both Lebron James and Steph Curry have said that neither the Warriors or the Cavs will make a trip to the White House if they win.

"I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway. It won't be Cleveland or Golden State going," James said during an off-day news conference on Tuesday.

And yes, Curry agrees with Lebron:

"I agree with Bron," Curry said. "Pretty sure the way we handled things last year, we'd stay consistent with that."

Now, the question is going to be, what excuse will the President use for the NBA Champ not showing up? For the Eagles, it was all about disrespecting the flag. Well, that won't fly for the NBA Champ, because they've had a National Anthem rule in place for a long time now.