US President Barack Obama shares his thoughts on the NBA Finals during climate change twitter chat
US President Barack Obama weighs in on the NBA Finals and the firing of Tom Thibodeau on twitter.
Thursday afternoon US President Barack Obama was ready on his recently released official Presidential twitter handle @POTUS to answer question on climate change. Anybody who wanted an answer on their query/question had to send in their question with the hashtag #AskPOTUS
However, the public, it seems were interested in asking him questions about another topic- the NBA Finals
.@POTUS also you still tryna hold it down with a follow?— Nathen Vieira (@NathenVieira) May 28, 2015
A certain J.R. Smith and Cleveland Cavaliers took three tweets and a mention of O- zone till he got the President to answer his question about the NBA Finals.Obama, a Chicago native is known to be a big Bulls fan and has played a few pickup ball himself, played along and answered.
.@NathenVieira jr smith having a great season but the heart of the Cavs is Lebron. And no one can outshoot Curry - maybe Korver if wide open— President Obama (@POTUS) May 28, 2015
Seeing that the President is open to giving his opinions if the question is framed right, Akshar Patel took the opportunity to ask Obama about the firing of Tom Thibodeau, Head Coach of the Chicago Bulls. The President responded once again, here’s the conversation: