President Obama Isn't Feeling This Cavaliers Player's Shirtless Look

While congratulating Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue for winning the NBA championship, President Obama took a jab at player J.R. Smith.
President Obama Isn't Feeling This Cavaliers Player's Shirtless Look

"Alright, man. Congratulations again," President Obama said

"Thank you, Mr. President," Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said.

"Tell J.R. and everybody to put on a shirt, though," Obama said.

Since the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA championship, J.R. Smith has had trouble keeping his shirt on.

"I'm not wearing a shirt, so don't ask," Smith said.

And he isn't the only one.

"Now, Shumpert's taking off his shirt. Kyrie's taking off his shirt. C'mon, man," Obama said.

Obama might not be feeling Smith's shirtless look, but look on the bright side — like Smith's daughter.

"I'm just proud of him because he made the championship without getting kicked off the team," Smith's daughter Demi said.

This video includes images from Getty Images, clips from the Cleveland CavaliersWEWS and ESPN and music from Frenic / CC BY 3.0.

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