What It Takes To Be A White House Photographer

Pete Souza served as the official White House photographer for both President Barack Obama and President Ronald Reagan. Souza said for both administrations he put his personal life on hold for eight years to document history. Seven days a week, Souza followed Obama, capturing some of the most iconic moments of the administration. Souza breaks down his famous shots and what it took to get the gig. Catch Pete Souza’s new documentary “The Way I See It” premiering on MSNBC on October 16 at 10 p.m. EST.

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What It’s Like to Be A Golden State Warriors Dancer

Every summer, hundreds of jazz and hip-hop dancers audition for one of 21 coveted spots on the ultra-talented all-female dance division of the Golden State Warriors. Known for their energetic in-game performances, the Warriors Dancers are the most recognizable women on the court. Showing us what it’s really like to be a Warriors Dancer is 5-year veteran and team captain Hannie, who knows all about what goes in to the role. Like her fellow dancers, she juggles her day job with late-night rehearsals, community appearances, costume fittings, physical therapy, hair and makeup sessions, and memorizing almost 40 dance routines per season. Though it appears glamorous, the job is an enormous commitment and a labor of love, set against the backdrop of sweeping, sport-wide changes to increase inclusivity and diversity. Today’s Warriors Dance Team, previously known as the “Warriors Girls”, have done away with swimsuit calendars and pom-poms in favor of greater representation from all genders and ages. Find out what it’s like to be Hannie, how she got here, and what it’s been like for her during the unexpected end of the 2019-2020 basketball season.

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Basketball star Curry talks coronavirus with Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci told Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry on Thursday that the United States will not be able to get “back to some degree of normality” until the country starts seeing a decline in confirmed coronavirus cases. (March 26)

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Raptors fans celebrate historic NBA title | AFP

Raptors fans are ecstatic in Toronto, Canada after their team beat the Golden State Warriors to win their first ever NBA Final.

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Raptors beat Warriors, capture first NBA title

The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions for the first time. The Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors 114-110 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. The Raptors won the series 4-2. (June 14)

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Toronto filled with cheers as fans watch Raptors’ NBA win | AFP

Raptors fans watch the screening of the live NBA 2019 Finals match of Toronto Raptors versus Golden State Warriors resulting in the Raptors taking home their first ever champions trophy. IMAGES

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Huge Toronto crowd celebrates Raptors’ win

Thousands in Toronto cheered on the Raptors, who won their first NBA championship on Thursday night. The Raptors defeated the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors 114-110 on Thursday in Oakland, in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. (June 14)

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Warriors Beat Cavs 110-102, Lead NBA Finals 3-0

The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-102 in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night to move within a victory of a sweep. The Warriors’ Kevin Durant scored 43 points, draining a long 3-pointer in the final minute. (June 7)

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Warriors Lead Finals 2-0 As Curry Sets Record

Stephen Curry hit nine 3-pointers – a new NBA Finals record – and scored 33 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 122-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night. The Warriors now lead the Finals 2-0. (June 4)

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Warriors Win NBA Finals Game 1, 124-114

The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 124-114 in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. A charge called on the Warriors’ Kevin Durant was changed to a foul on Cleveland’s LeBron James with 36.4 seconds left in the 4th quarter. (June 1)

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Sacramento Kings Are Strong Supporters Of The Stephon Clark Protestors (HBO)

Protests continued over the weekend in Sacramento after a family-ordered autopsy showed an unarmed black man named Stephon Clark was shot in the back at least six times by two police officers.
The protests ratcheted up pressure on Sacramento law enforcement
and attracted national attention when protesters twice blocked most fans from entering the Sacramento Kings arena.
The Kings have taken the unusual step of embracing the protests. So far, it’s worked: No protesters stopped Kings fans from walking into a Saturday game against the Golden State Warriors.
One player finds himself at the center of the team’s foray into social activism: Garrett Temple, an undrafted 6-foot-5-inch guard who at 31 years old doesn’t have many contracts left.
“It’s too many lives being took, there’s too many lives just being took for mistakes,” Temple said. “You guys are trained. You know the difference between a cell phone and a gun. You could have tased him. You shooting a man because of some broken windows and you don’t even know if that’s the right person.”
One demonstrator was injured Saturday night when she was struck by a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department cruiser, and confrontational protests with police stretched into the night.
When asked if he would consider a more disruptive protest than wearing warm-up gear printed with Stephon Clark’s name, Temple said demonstrations on their own have a limited shelf life.
“Walking off the court isn’t gonna erase implicit bias. Kneeling isn’t gonna erase implicit bias. Talking to the chief of police about how to get police in the community .. and build a relationship with people,” Temple said. “That’s what’s gonna erase those implicit biases.”

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Watch LeBron James defend calling Trump a bum on Twitter

LeBron James defended calling Trump a bum on twitter after the president announced that the Golden State Warriors would not be invited to the White House. Following is a transcript of the video.

Reporter: Is there any regret that you got into a name-calling situation with the president?

LeBron James: No. Name calling? What did I say? Let me hear you say it.

Reporter: You called him a bum.

James: That’s not a name-call. “You bum.” Me and my friends call each other that all the time. I’m not his friend, though. I don’t want to see that on a note. He’s not my friend. No, no, that was the first thing that when I woke up and saw what he said about Steph Curry.

First of all, it’s so funny because it’s like you invite me to your party, right? Matter of fact it’s not like you invited me, it’s almost like, you know, “Tom, hey, I’m not going to be able to make it. I’m not coming.” And then he be like, “Hey LeBron guess what? You’re not invited.” I wasn’t coming anyways.

So that was funny to me when I woke up and saw that. So, and my first initial response was you bum. First of all, you don’t understand the magnitude. He doesn’t understand the power that he has for being the leader of this beautiful country. He doesn’t understand how many kids, no matter the race, look up to the president for the United States for guidance, leadership, for words of encouragement. He doesn’t understand that.

That’s what makes me more sick than anything, that we have someone, this is the number one position in the world. You guys agree? Being the president of the United States is the most powerful position in the world. I don’t know of another one. If you find one let me know. It’s the most powerful position in the world, and we’re at a time where the most powerful position in the world has an opportunity to bring us closer together as a people and inspire the youth and put the youth at ease, saying that it’s okay for me to walk down the street and not be judged because the color of my skin or because of my race. And he has no recollection of that. And he doesn’t even care. Maybe he does. But he doesn’t care. So, do I take away … take away “you bum” off my, no, because if I did I would’ve deleted my tweet.

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