Apparently, when Washington Redskins player Robert Griffin III offered to play President Obama in a little one-on-one on the basketball court, Obama backed down!
In a sit-down interview with Yahoo! News, the rookie quarterback said that he challenged the President, an avid basketball fan, to a basketball game last year. Here's a snippet from the interview:
YN: What did you and President Obama talk about when you met him?
RG3: I met him at the National Prayer Breakfast after I won the Heisman. He just talked about how good of a player I was and I challenged him to game of basketball. He said he wouldn't play me but I could play on his team.
YN: Do you think Obama will ever change his mind and play against you?
RG3: I don't think he'll ever play against me. We'll have it me and him versus [All American Baylor senior] Brittney Griner and Mrs. Obama.
Read more about Griffin's one-on-on with Yahoo! here.