Back in Chicago to take a break from the worst job that people want for some reason, President Obama caught the 2015 NBA opener between the Cavs and Bulls. In the second quarter of what would end up being a narrow Chicago win, the most powerful man in the world was pulled aside by TNT's David Aldridge to get his take on important matters, like how the Bulls will fare under new coach Fred Hoiberg. Clearly the president knows more about the NBA than any other president ever has (even Taft). It really makes you wonder: Could we be seeing him fill-in on a pre or postgame show when he finally gets done being president after next year?

No, stupid question.

His analysis would fit right in though.

[via YouTube/TNT]

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