United States President Barack Obama welcomed the Miami Heat to the White House to honor their 2013 NBA championship on Tuesday.
The presidential visit marked the second in a row for Miami, who met with Obama to celebrate their 2012 title last year.
Obama delivered a speech that lasted for more than seven minutes and included a number of one-liners at the expense of various Heat players. As always, the former Illinois Senator got in a few lines about his beloved Bulls, too.
“Outstanding athletes, outstanding organization, outstanding team, but also outstanding members of their community,” Obama said. “We’re very proud to have them back. We wish them great luck for the rest of the season, unless they’re playing the Bulls.”