President Barack Obama is known to be savvy in the world of sports especially basketball, and on Sunday night (Feb. 16), the leader of the free world sat down with NBA Hall Of Famer, Charles Barkley, during the league's All-Star weekend.
Within the 6-minute question-and-answer program, Obama revealed how often he gets to play basketball, the importance of Obamacare, and his fondness of Miami Heat player, LeBron James.
"LeBron, when you look at him, you think he might be able to play at a high level for another seven, eight, ten years. He’s 29-years-old," Obama said. "In terms of every aspect of the game, LeBron has a chance to be as good as anybody."
Check it out above.