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Reports emerged on Tuesday morning that the NBA champion Warriors had already opted out of a visit to the White House, a decision the team is now denying ever happened.
2017 MVP Kevin Durant led the Warriors to their second title in three years on Monday night when Golden State took down LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120. According to several reports, the Warriors unanimously decided soon after their victory celebrations that they would not visit President Donald Trump at the White House to commemorate their championship win — but the team has since said they have made no such decision.
“Today is all about celebrating our championship,” the Warriors stated in responding to a Business Insider request for comment. “We have not received an invitation to the White House, but will make those decisions when and if necessary.”

Bellamy wasn’t the only Bear with a drop on a potential game-winning play in the closing seconds. On Barkley’s final pass, Deonte Thompson didn’t see the ball early enough and failed to secure a sliding catch in the back of the end zone. According to my count from watching the game, that was the last of the Bears’ 10 drops, including eight in the fourth quarter.

Second-year receiver Cameron Meredith who has been the Bears shining star since White went down with an injury and Jeffery out on suspension, Meredith had three devastating  drops on the Bears’ second to last drive.

Marquess Wilson also bungled a potential 14-yard TD pass on that series, miscues the offense ultimately overcame on a 69-yard touchdown drive. Still, those lapses proved representative of the receivers’ sloppiness.

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The Bears are closing the scene for a miserable month, they lost 27-21 to the Titans, completing a winless November that was filled with injuries, suspensions, and silly on-field mistakes.

The Bears are 2-9 and heading into December with little to be hopeful about.

Jimmy lead the way with 40pts last night, as the Bulls beat the Lakers 118-110.
It didn’t start off easy for the Bulls. The Lakers along with ex-Bull L. Deng came to play. The young Lakers have been playing good basketball under Coach Lou Walton.
But it wasn’t enough to hand the Bulls a loss. The Bulls enjoyed a lot of good efforts in a fast-paced, wide open game practiced now by the Lakers, not so much concerned with stopping anyone from getting back to shoot quickly.
Isaiah Canaan off the bench had 17pts with a pair of fourth-quarter threes. Nikola Mirotic starting at small forward with Wade out had 15pts and a career-high 15rebs. Gibson also had 15pts with 7rebs and Lopez had 12pts and 11rebs. Rondo had 4pts, 9rebs and 12asst as the Bulls got back to ball movement with 27asst. The Bulls had a commanding 56-37 rebounding lead and shot 51.7 percent.
This was the Bulls 3rd win in four games on this Western Conference road trip, each victory over teams with winning records at the time and the one loss to a Clippers team with the NBA’s best record. 
The Bulls are 9-5 and play in Denver Tuesday and close the trip Friday in Philly.