NBA Commissioner David Stern recently sat down with Robert Wolf, an adviser to the White House, for an interview and gave a candid response about what he thinks about Barack Obama’s hoop hobby and skills. (H/T BuzzFeed)
Stern was blunt. He’s simply too predictable on the court, and thus, not as good as he thinks he is.
A month back, Vanity Fair’s Michael Lewis wrote a profile of Obama set at a basketball game and said that Obama’s game isn’t catered around offence. Instead, he’s more of a chippy player.
Stern also said that there will always only be one dream team, the one in 1992 that captured the world’s attention and turned basketball into a global game.
The full interview will broadcast on Reuters TV on Oct. 29. Here’s a clip:
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