Barack Obama is a huge NBA fan, and the former president recently broke down how two of the league’s biggest superstars illustrate how being a superhuman-like basketball player can take on completely
Barack Obama recently delivered a savage shot at the expense of the New York Knicks, and Tom Thibodeau has taken it all in stride.
An interview LeBron James conducted with Barack Obama over this past weekend is scheduled to air just ahead of Election Day on Nov. 3.
LeBron James received some shout-outs from some pretty big names after leading the Los Angeles Lakers to the franchise’s 17th title, and the superstar took to Twitter on Tuesday to thank two of them.
LeBron James has brought in a big-time heavy hitter for his upcoming virtual “Graduate Together” event, announcing Tuesday morning that Barack Obama will among the participants.
Steve Kerr indicated Thursday night that the Golden State Warriors’ visit with Barack Obama earlier in the day in Washington, D.C.
Bill Walton without question is among the most iconic UCLA basketball players of all-time.
LeBron James on Monday officially opened the I Promise School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, something from which the new Los Angeles Laker drew tremendous pride.
Gregg Popovich took advantage this week of a compliment from Barack Obama to take a pot shot at Donald Trump, a frequent target of the San Antonio Spurs head coach’s criticism.
Former President Barack Obama took to Twitter Friday to highlight several individuals who inspired others through their actions in 2017.
President Donald Trump will not continue the tradition started by Barack Obama of filling out an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket on ESPN airwaves, reports The Washington Post.
Barack Obama, you may have noticed, is no longer the President.
LeBron James bid a heartfelt farewell to Barack Obama and his family as his presidency ends and the Donald Trump administration takes over running the country.
The Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday paid a visit to the White House to celebrate their NBA championship.
Theo Epstein says the Chicago Cubs may take up Barack Obama on his White House invitation after all.