When the Warriors visited the White House on Thursday, they probably weren't planning to get dusted by the president and yet ...
"It is rare to be in the presence of guys from the greatest team in NBA history. So we're pretty lucky today because we've got one of those players in the house — Steve Kerr, from the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls!
President Obama said, "Maybe, you break the Bulls record" but Steve Kerr is going to win, "either way."— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) February 4, 2016
Obama wasn't done. He dropped this gem riffing off interim coach Luke Walton not getting enough credit for his accomplishments.
"You defied the cynics, you accomplished big things, you racked up a great record and you don't get enough credit ... I can't imagine how that feels!"
Obama: Warriors' Luke Walton accomplished big things & doesn't get enough credit. "I can't imagine how that feels!" https://t.co/l0kgyYRIob— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) February 4, 2016
Look at Andre Iguodala, who gets it first.
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