The 2015 NBA champions, Golden State Warriors went to the White House to meet with President Barack Obama today.

The Oakland, California team, is coming off of their 134-121 win last night against the Washington Wizards.

The Golden Warriors are now taking to social media to show off their excitement with some tweets and videos.

Before the official visit in front of the cameras, the Warriors met privately with students from the White House mentoring program, My Brother’s Keeper.

Gifting President Obama, an avid basketball player and fan, with a jersey.

“You're going to be a free agent at the end of this year. So we don't know if you have anything lined up yet, but you can consider this a symbol of an offer that's coming. We want you,” Kerr said. “As soon as your duties are done here in the White House, we'd like you to be the leader of Dub Nation.”

Obama responding “I'm ready to go.”

Obama signed a basketball for point guard, Stephen Curry, who had 51 shots in last night’s Wizard’s game. Almost beating out his own record of 54.