- Barack Obama showed that he still had it during a campaign trail for presidential aspirant Joe Biden
- The 44th US president displayed incredible moves as he nailed a left-hand three-pointer on the basketball court
- The father of two then walked off the court with cheers from everyone that was in the gym
Barack Obama's love for basketball is undisputed and the guy can definitely play the game.
The 44th president of the United States showed that he still had it during a campaign trail for president aspirant Joe Biden in Michigan, US, on Saturday, October 31.
While walking through the gym at Old Flint Northwestern High School, Obama showed off incredible moves as he nailed a left-hand three-pointer on the basketball court.
A video shared on his Twitter account captured the moment the former POTUS received a pass, dribbled the ball once and then jumped for a three-pointer shot that went through the net amid cheers from Joe Biden and other onlookers.
Obama then walked off the court shouting:
"That's what I do, That's what I do."
He removed his "VOTE" labelled mask to show off a huge smile as his assistant handed him his coffee while the team walked out of the gymnasium.
The father of two captioned the video: "Shoot your shot."
Biden was so impressed and followed the former president shouting, "Whoa, all net!" praising his skills.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the former US president has been a very busy person since he left the US presidency.
Some of his activities include writing and public speaking. Business Insider reports that the Obamas have an estimated net worth of $40 million (N15,240,000,000).
Throughout his eight-year-presidency, he was only able to make $20 million (N7,620,000,000) from his salary as the first citizen, investments, and book royalties.
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His book, Dreams from My Father, was written in 1995 when he was running for his first seat in the Illinois Senate and was later re-released in 2004. The book became a big hit during his first term as president.
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