Brown challenges Obama to a 'Two-on-two' basketball game

Sen.-elect Scott Brown (R-Mass.) told Jay Leno Thursday night that he has challenged President Barack Obama to a game of two-on-two basketball.

The invitation was made over the phone when Obama called Brown last week to congratulate him on winning the Senate seat held by the late Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) for more than 45 years.

Appearing by satellite on the "10 at 10"' segment of Leno's prime time show, Brown said would pick his daughter Ayla (shown here with her father over Christmas), a senior on the basketball team at Boston College, as his teammate, and Obama could pick whomever he wanted as his partner.

Brown and Obama both shoot hoops with their daughters; the president took Sasha and Malia Obama out for a friendly practice game this month.

Brown also joked with Leno about his 1982 nude photo shoot in Cosmopolitan magazine, saying that if ever modeled again, it would have to be for "AARP magazine."