Obama weighs in on Lebron James
President Obama, after attending a meeting with newly-elected governors, refused to comment when reporters shouted questions to him about negotiations over tax cuts due to expire at the end of the year. But he did weigh in one on of his favorite subjects: pro basketball.
All-star player Lebron James, who famously ditched the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the star-studded Miami Heat over the summer, is returning to Cleveland for the first time in Heat uniform Thursday night. Obama, like nearly everyone else, is expecting him to hear lots of jeers.
"It's going to be brutal," he told reporters.
Perry Bacon, Jr.
| December 2, 2010; 3:52 PM ET
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