Obama Talks Pacers While In Indy
After Air Force One touched down in Indianapolis, President Barack Obama and his motorcade made its way to Ivy Tech Community College. Once he finished speaking, the Commander-in-Chief opened up the floor for questions to hear what was on the mind of the Hoosier populous.
It didn't take long for Eddie White of Pacers Sports & Entertainment to deliver a hard-hitting question to POTUS.
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“Where is your (basketball) game today?” White asked. “And one more thing, Tamika Catchings says she’s ready, one-on-one, any time you want.”
At Ivy Tech: Pacer's Eddie White asks President: Where is your game? Says WBNA Fevers' Tamika Catchings ready to go 1-on-1. #obamaivytech
— Maureen Hayden (@MaureenHayden) February 6, 2015
— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) February 6, 2015
But the Tamika vs. Obama one-on-one challenge was not the only hoops matter discussed by the President. Obama, a Chicago native prior to his presidency, briefly talked about the Pacers as well.
— Eddie White (@eddiewhite3) February 6, 2015
— Rich Nye (@TheSportsGuy13) February 6, 2015
President Obama: "I respect the Pacers, but I am a Bulls fan. I make no apologies."
Crowd laughs. #ObamaIvyTech
— Nerdy Wonka (@NerdyWonka) February 6, 2015
You can watch video of Obama's speech below: