Alonzo Mourning on Team USA Basketball

NBA Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Alonzo Mourning, discusses Team USA Basketball and why he thinks this year’s team will bring home the gold for America once again.

President Obama Calls the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants

President Obama calls the San Francisco Giants, winners of baseballs 2010 World Series, from the Oval Office.

President Obama Talks Basketball with Marv Albert

President Obama talks with TNTs Marv Albert about the state of the NBA, LeBron James future, his NBA Finals pick and more in the first ever sit-down interview on the White House basketball court.

President Obama Plays HORSE with CBS’ Clark Kellogg

President Obama takes on former NBA player and CBS Sports college basketball commentator Clark Kellogg in a game of HORSE — rather, POTUS — at the White House.

The Making of Presidential Football Helmet

The good folks at Riddell All American in Elyria, Ohio make a special helmet for their soon-to-arrive guest.

Wounded Warriors at the White House

A group of wounded veterans from Walter Reed Army Medical Center show President Obama a thing or two about basketball on the White House court. (public domain)

Honoring America’s Veterans at the World Series

First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden travel to Yankee Stadium to honor America’s veterans during game one of the 2009 World Series. During the visit they took the field with Yogi Berra to watch Lieutenant Anthony Odierno throw out the game’s first pitch. (public domain)

A Back to School Message from NASCAR

As school gets started across the country, Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart and Juan Pablo Montoya share a motivational message for America’s students. (public domain)

President Obama Looks Under Hood of No. 48 with Jimmie Johnson

2008 Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson shows the President under the hood of his car on the South Portico of the White House. August 19, 2009.
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President Obama and Willie Mays on Air Force One

The legendary Willie Mays joined President Obama for the flight out to St. Louis where the President threw the first pitch at the MLB All-Star game. Have a look at their conversation about how Mays helped lay the groundwork for the Presidents election. July 14, 2009. (Public Domain)