CHICAGO – In an exciting weekend meeting with famous musicians, chefs, stars and actors on Instagram, only one person left the first draft of the selection of star Zion Williamson: meet the former US President Barack Obama. Williamson said that meeting Obama is one of his leading living experiences to date.
"This could be number one," Williamson said. "I don't want to say it's number one right now because the draft may be one, but this is definitely number two."
Obama appeared for an exclusive NBA Cares event in the middle of Stars Stars rehearsals on Friday morning in Chicago. NBA players from both the United States and the World Team wear red shirts and assist young students from local schools to pack 500 back packs filled with crayons, markers, notebooks and supplies. Other learning for students and teachers with other limited resources.
Players like RJ Barrett and Luka Doncic stood and stuffed the back pockets while teasing from children about who could dip into whom. About 15 minutes after the event, Obama appeared. Most of the players and children didn't know he was going to attend.
Gradually, Obama crept through the room and introduced himself to every player, student, volunteer and coach. After Obama jumped on Charlotte's Miles Bridges, Bridges turned to reporters and admitted that he intended to ask for a photo but was too worried. The students said they felt the same.
"I couldn't believe that I just met him, I almost cried," one student …