Found March 31, 2013 on Juan Elway:
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RG3 met up with Barack Obama and received some wise words about protecting himself from doing further damage to his knee while rehabbing it.  Maybe Obama has him in his keeper league.  H/T for the pic and the story. RG3 And Fiance Take In A Circus Pierre Garcon Poses With The Syracuse Mascot

President Obama watches Syracuse-Marquette game with Mark Emmert

President Barack Obama and NCAA president Mark Emmert were shown sitting in a sky-box during the Elite 8 matchup between Syracuse and Marquette. To the left of Obama is his current ‘bodyman’ and former Duke forward, Reggie Love. The two gentlemen apparently received two different welcomings from the crowd at the Verizon Center in D.C. Obama’s approval rating just took a dip...

Barack Obama sucks at basketball, misses 18 shots in a row (VIDEO)

via ABC News video Like him, hate him, I really don’t care.  The President of the United States, an admitted huge basketball fan, is a terrible basketball player.  During an Easter celebration at the White House Sunday, President Barack Obama missed 18 consecutive shots, after many of which he ribbed himself saying “brickhouse.” Not only does Obama need some shooting lessons...

Barack Obama misses 20 out of 22 shots during White House event (Video)

Under most circumstances, if any professional basketball player misses twenty out of twenty-two shots, it wouldn't make headlines on this site. However, when USA president Barack Obama has one of his worst shooting performances in office, it became worthy. During the White House's annual Easter Egg hunt, Barack moved to the basketball court to shoot some hoops and well...

Obama attends Syracuse-Marquette basketball game

President Barack Obama attended one of the weekend's big college basketball games after playing a round of golf Saturday. Obama's motorcade took him directly from a golf course at Andrews Air Force Base in suburban Maryland to Washington's Verizon Center to watch Syracuse and Marquette play for a berth in the Final Four of the NCAA basketball tournament. With less than...

Who Would You Rather Play One-On-One With? Michael Jordan or Barack Obama?

Would you rather play President Barack Obama or the GOAT in a game of one-on-one basketball? Read the rules first then make your choice below. [[ Read More ]]

Basketball: Barack Obama misses 18 shots in a row

Barack Obama attempted to play basketball on Monday. The word attempt is used because Obama missed 18 consecutive shots proving that liking and being good at something are different. From ABC: After missing three during a general shoot around, Obama lined up with kids at the free throw line. The kids were asked to stand on opposite sides of the president based on whether they thought...

Critiquing Obama’s Pitching Technique

Today, President Barack Obama posted a picture to Facebook of him greasing up the ol’ windmill, practicing his pitching form. At first glance it looks like he has a pretty good pitching motion but we talked to a pitching expert and former pro pitcher and pitching instructor to givce “Ba-Rocket” Obama a few pointers. Stop Hooking The Ball One of the first lessons you learn as...

President Obama tries to console Heat fans over loss of 27-game winning streak (Video)

In case you forgot, United States president Barack Obama is a pretty big Chicago Bulls fan and I figure that he took some joy in the Bulls snapping the Miami Heat 27-game win streak in Chicago on Wednesday.On Friday, Barack was in Miami to take a tour of the PortMiami tunnel and brought up the Bulls win during a press conference that caused him to get booed:

Report: Obama talks to RG III about safer play

According to The Washington Times, Robert Griffin III said President Barack Obama talked to him about "protecting myself" as the two men met at Verizon Center, where both were watching Syracuse's win over Marquette in an Elite Eight.,

President Barack Obama and RGIII share a moment at Syracuse vs Marquette Elite 8 game

President Obama and RGIII were both in attendance for the Elite 8 matchup between Syracuse and Marquette, and they happened to run into one another in the process.

Robert Griffin III gets advice from President Obama and goes off about Baylor’s women’s basketball loss

President Barack Obama took in some of the March Madness over the weekend. The Commander-in-Chief was in attendance at the Verizon Center in D.C. Saturday to watch the East Regional final between Syracuse and Marquette. While there, the President caught up with Washington, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.  RG3 is recovering from surgery and the President had some advice...

President Obama told Robert Griffin III to protect himself

On Saturday, a photo surfaced of President Barack Obama and Robert Griffin III chatting during a NCAA Tournament basketball game at the Verizon Center. Now we know the context of the conversation. Per the Washington Times, the Redskins’ dynamic quarterback said Obama spoke to him about “protecting myself.” Conversing with scrambling signal-callers isn’t unfamiliar territory...

1st heavyweight champ's family pleas for pardon

Relatives and hometown supporters of boxing's first black heavyweight champion are turning to YouTube to convince the President Barack Obama to posthumously pardon him of a 1913 conviction for accompanying a white woman across state lines. Jack Johnson was convicted by an all-white jury and sentenced to a year in prison. Lawmakers have sent the president a resolution asking...
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