The Warriors spent Wednesday in Washington after defeating the Wizards on Tuesday night.
The team visited the "Tomb of the Unkown Soldier" at the Arlington National Cemetary and All-Star guard Stephen Curry visited the White House to speak at an event celebrating the progress that has been made in the global fight against malaria.
David Lee, whose grandfather is buried at Arlington National Cemetary, was joined by Andre Iguodala and Curry to lay the ceremonial wreath at the tomb.
Curry, who spent time with Barack Obama's two dogs -- Bo and Sunny, has been a longtime supporter of the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign -- a global, grassroots campaign to save lives by preventing malaria -- and donates three life-saving bednets to Nothing But Nets for every 3-pointer he makes as part of Three for Three Challenge.
The NBA’s leading 3-point shooter this season (170 threes), Curry has taken part in the Three for Three Challenge in each of the past two campaigns, leading the league in 3s both times.
Players were among those to post their experiences to social media on Wednesday: