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The Obamas Take in U.S.A. Basketball -- PICTURES

July 17, 2012

On Monday, July 16, the Obama and Biden families took some time to watch the U.S. men's national basketball team take on Brazil in a pre-Olympic exhibition at a packed Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.  

The exhibition was highlighted by flashy dunks, some sloppy play, and, of course, a presidential Kiss Cam.

(RELATED: The 'Kiss-Cam' Moment: Obama Gets it Right the Second Time Around)

Team U.S.A. forward LeBron James goes up for a dunk in front of Brazil forward Anderson Varejao (11) during the first half of an Olympic men's exhibition basketball game, on Monday, July 16, 2012, in Washington. The U.S. won 80-69.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Obama dances to the music with first lady Michelle Obama, with daughter Malia watching, while attending the men's exhibition basketball game.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Team U.S.A.'s Chris Paul (13), Kevin Durant (5), and Tyson Chandler (4) celebrate during the second half against Brazil.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

 

Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden await the start of the Olympic men's exhibition basketball game.(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Kobe Bryant reacts after a play during the first half of the exhibition basketball game against Brazil.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Obama (center) poses for a photo with members of the Team U.S.A. women’s Olympic basketball team in Washington, on Monday, July 16. The team played Brazil in an exhibition basketball game, winning 99-67.  (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

 

Team U.S.A. men's coach Mike Krzyzewski instructs his team during the second half of the exhibition.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama look up at themselves on the large in-house video screen for the "Kiss Cam," while watching the first half of Team U.S.A. and Brazil.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Obama and Michelle Obama are seen on the in-house television monitors during the ''Kiss Cam" segment.(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

 

President Obama (right) kisses the first lady for the second "Kiss Cam" segment. The Obamas did not kiss the first time the "Kiss Cam" landed on them.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Obama kisses the head of first lady Michelle Obama after kissing her for "Kiss Cam" in the second half of the basketball game.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

 
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