The whole world is waiting in anticipation for LeBron James to make a decision on where he is going to play next season. Even the President has his own opinion on where the future basketball hall of famer should make his home.
AP/Huffington Post — If LeBron James isn’t sure he can win in Cleveland, President Barack Obama thinks there’s an opportunity in his hometown of Chicago.
Obama tells TNT that the Bulls have a “pretty good core” and “you could see LeBron fitting in pretty well there.”
Obama was interviewed about a number of basketball subjects, including the Phoenix Suns stand against the immigration law in Arizona, by broadcaster Marv Albert on the White House basketball court. The interview will be shown Tuesday night beginning at 8 p.m. EDT. READ MORE