Obama and family take in basketball game, chat with Bill Murray

President Obama and the First Family continued their post-Thanksgiving tradition by attending the Oregon State versus Towson game in Maryland on Saturday afternoon. Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaObama: I don’t always eat exactly 7 almonds Scarborough sees link to Reagan in Obama convention speech Clinton at risk of being upstaged MORE's brother Craig Robinson coaches the Oregon State University Beavers and the Obama family has watched his team play around Thanksgiving for the past three years.

Actor and comedian Bill Murray, who was rooting for the opposite team, chatted with the Obama family before the start of the game.

The Oregon State Beavers won 66-44. The players took a photo with Obama, who also chatted with fellow fans during half-time and enjoyed a court-side hot dog, according to White House press pool reports.

Obama played a little basketball himself on Saturday morning, playing a pick-up game with personal assistant Reggie Love.

He noted Saturday's tentative deal to end the NBA lockout and set a date for the long-delayed basketball season on his way out of the game, giving it a thumbs-up and calling it "a good deal."

More in News

NBA pulls All-Star Game from NC over bathroom law

Read more »