Free agency in the National Basketball Association begins June 30 and Leonard was thought to be one of the top free agents this off season with speculation he would sign with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Add the Toronto Raptors to the list of championship teams turning down a visit to the White House.
Green continued: "I try to respect everybody in every field that they do regardless of how insane things are".
Green's comments came two days after Trump, while seated next to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said he'd "think about" whether to invite the Raptors to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Democratic Mayor Buttigieg faces growing fallout over police shooting in his city
Prosecutors investigating the death of Logan say the shooting was not recorded on the body camera worn by Sgt O'Neill. The mayor spent a majority of his week in South Bend, speaking with the victim's family and members of the community.
Tory leadership TV debate cancelled as Johnson ‘declines invitation’
Johnson split from his second wife, Marina Wheeler , last year, and is known for his complicated love life. Hunt had agreed to take part in Tuesday's debate and urged Johnson to join him.
Iran says U.S. cyber attack following drone downing was unsuccessful
He has announced new sanctions beginning today and United States cyber forces reportedly struck Iranian military computer systems. His visit to Tehran comes after the U.S. accused Iran of attacking oil tankers earlier this month, which Iran denies.
With one week until free agency officially begins on June 30, the Los Angeles Lakers and all 30 teams are looking to improve their rosters for the 2019-20 National Basketball Association season. When asked about his own playing earlier this month, Nurse told media, "I'm not very good". I don't know if that's true or not, but [Trudeau] said it in front of the team'.
'I'm looking forward to it, ' Green said of visiting Trudeau and Canada's Parliament in Ottawa. But he really makes it hard. His kid's a big fan.
No NBA champion side has visited the White House since Trump officially took office in 2017.
In the past, Warriors players like Stephen Curry have been publicly critical of Trump.