WASHINGTON -- The Golden State Warriors and former President Barack Obama reunited in the nation's capital nearly two years after their first visit.
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The Dubs reportedly spent about an hour with the 44th President of the United States in Washington, DC.
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The meeting took place Thursday at Obama's office before the defending NBA champs beat the Wizards 126-118.
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Our sister network, ESPN says a member of the Warriors' staff, posted a photo of the group on Instagram that has since been deleted, but a reporter for The Mercury News posted the photo on Twitter.
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A team official told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne that the Warriors' visit was arranged through Stephen Curry, who has become friendly with the former president over the years, but Curry played coy about how the meeting came about.
This is video of 2016 when the Warriors celebrated their 2015 NBA championship at the White House.
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