David Huxtead | Reporter
Former President Barack Obama was present on Wednesday evening for the great victory of North Carolina over the Duke.
President Barack Obama receives an amazing reception before the duke against UNC pic.twitter.com/8ufWuupfV2
] ̵1; Joe Mazur (@ joemazurabc11) February 21, 2019
Obama is a man of people, even Cameron Crazies. pic.twitter.com/om4F4xUKZi
– ESPN (@espn) February 21, 2019
Barack Obama has had a great time in basketball Duke / UNC https: // t. co / qXD9OaLgc4 pic.twitter.com/Sxyeh9iRcL
– thisis50 (@ thisis50) February 21, 2019
His places were also not as bad as he was sitting at the table  Obama from the "44" on the sleeve of the jacket for bombers pic.twitter.com/DnEub7MR83
– 247 Live Culture (@ 247LC) February 21, 2019
] "His the boot broke ". – Obama
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– Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) February 21, 2019
I do not care if you like Obama or not – it's very nice that he just casually took a walk in the most advanced basketball match of the college of the year.
POTUS, I would like to attend every single single event that I could have. I am sure that getting tickets at all will not be too complicated. (RELATED: Duke star Zion Williamson suffers a distorted knee in loss in North Carolina)
You should also love his security details just by scanning the crowd as Obama just starts handshake as it is not difficult at all
– Duke University (@DukeU) February 21, 2019
He is also apparently somewhat of a connoisseur of Zion and wished him after the game after a knee injury.
Zion Williamson seems an outstanding boy, as well as an outstanding basketball player. I wish him a quick recovery.
– Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 21, 2019
If you love Obama or not, you have to admit that he showed himself to the game was good for basketball at college. The more attention paid to sports, the better for everyone involved
The presence of a former president accidentally sitting in the courtyard is a great way to draw attention. Now, we just need to have Trump begin to sit on the 50-yard line of the big college football matches.