President Barack Obama played a variation of the basketball game "H-O-R-S-E" with CBS lead basketball analyst Clark Kellogg this week.
The basketball-fan-in-chief fell behind to the former NBA first-round draft pick and Ohio State star. Obama eventually got the hot hand and claimed victory.
The two played a game called "P-O-T-U-S," a riff off the presidential acronym (President of the United States), in which each player had to match the other shot-for-shot. If a player fails to match a shot, they receive a letter and the first to get all the letters loses.
The segment aired just before Saturday's NCAA men's basketball Final Four games.
After Obama fell behind to Kellogg, he started to trash-talk the ex-Indiana Pacer.
"I'm not going to be embarrassed on national television," Obama said, hitting a three-point shot.
Kellogg matched him, exclaiming "bang!"
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