Stephen Curry may be an NBA all-star, but his Connect Four game could use a little fine tuning!
The Golden State Warriors star faced off against Barack Obama in a round of the classic Hasbro game — and things didn’t go so well for the athlete!
The two put their game faces on to promote the President’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative — which launched in 2014 to help disadvantaged youth, specifically boys and young men of color.
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And even though Curry brought his intensity (and mouth guard) with him, he was no match for POTUS — but the two had a TON of fun doing other mentor-mentee type activities!
On Sunday, Official White House photographer Pete Souza a video Instagram, featuring outtakes from their day of fun:
From the cutting room floor of the @POTUS and @StephenCurry30 taping for https://t.co/kKAv3UYm1W. #MentorIRL https://t.co/hvtvCpt6ML
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 17, 2016
In the full length video, which called on men to become mentors for the initiative, showed the president guiding the basketball star though a series of activities — including updating his resume, making a paper mache volcano, and even helping perfect his jump shot!
Now, THAT’S a mentor! Ch-ch-check out the full vid (below)!
[Image via Instagram.]
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