The Golden State Warriors are officially NBA champions for the fourth time in eight years, beating the Boston Celtics in six games on Thursday night to cap off a tremendous season.

On Friday, President Joe Biden made sure to congratulate Finals MVP Steph Curry and the Warriors on their incredible accomplishment:

“Congrats to the Golden State Warriors on yet another NBA title and to Finals MVP and Finals MVP Stephen Curry for another legendary performance. Grit. Heart. Strength in numbers. That’s America. See you at the White House.”

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Strength in Numbers is right. The Warriors truly played as a collective unit the entire playoffs but especially in the Finals. Sure, Steph was brilliant and certainly stole the spotlight, but Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green all made their presence felt, too.

After missing out on the postseason altogether in the last two seasons, the Dubs sure came back with a vengeance in 2021-22. It's not yet known when they will visit President Biden and the White House, but he's clearly looking forward to meeting all the players. Remember, Golden State didn't travel to DC to celebrate its 2018 title because of President Trump. Curry in particular made it clear the Warriors had zero interest in meeting with him and he quickly revoked the invitation as well.

But this time, the Dubs should certainly be keen on visiting Capitol Hill.