Snubbed By Trump, NBA Champion Meets With Israel’s Rivlin Instead

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NBA star Draymond Green, who won the NBA championship with his team, the Golden State Warriors, in June was on a vacation tour of Europe and the Middle East, when he made a stop in Israelto meet with President Reuven Rivlin.

Though NBA chamionship teams usually get a chance to meet the President at the White House, this year President Trump cancelled the event after players made expressed a lack of interest.

Instead Green got to meet with President Rivlin, who praised Golden State and accepted a jersey from Green.

“You’re an amazing team, and it was a true pleasure to watch you play,” Rivlin said, noting that he sometimes stays up late to watch the Warriors play despite the time difference. “I hope this will only be the first of many visits.”

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{Matzav.com}

1 COMMENT

  1. Ohio got rid of Lebron James. It is so nice. Feels like holy Montana. A human being can look at the sky and feel one less gladiator vigor of bloody tattoos is gone.

    Cleaner state.

    The sacred.

    Dead gladiator sports with dead mannered role models is hard. The bigamy of the news day says nothing.

    Mr. Trump once said the dream of an American is to keep ones skin. Who would want to meet this trash? Angry gentiles pay top dollar to see it. So many are inhumane and tattoo.

    Its queer to the high lord. This is not a dream.

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