Last Friday, Stephen Curry played a round of golf with President Obama.
On Tuesday night, the NBA MVP appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and naturally was asked about hitting the links with the leader of the free world.
"It was me, my dad (Dell), Ray Allen and the President," Curry revealed. "There was a father-son team and then Ray and the President. Played against each other."
Was it competitive?
"Oh for sure," Curry explained. "The President was talking trash. Oh my goodness. There'd be like a four-foot putt and in a friendly game, when you're not really playing for money or betting anything, usually it's a 'gimme.' He'd be crickets, just silent, just looking at you like 'All right you're gonna mark your putt, you're gonna make that,' put the pressure on you, that kind of deal.
"Talking about how you're shaking and all that kind of stuff. And he actually made fun of Ray Allen, said he had a posse, and he needed a bus for all the people that he brought to the course to meet the President.
"So all that stuff, he just tries to get in your head, and take your mind off your swing."
"We lost. He's probably watching so he (Dell) wanted me to tell the truth. It was my fault, on the 18th hole, I triple-bogey'd the last hole and lost the match for us. But hopefully there's a rematch."
Perhaps Curry didn't play his best because as he told Kimmel: "There's 25 Secret Service agents on every hole, so I couldn't relax at all. Snipers everywhere just ready to go."
This wasn't Curry's first encounter with the President.
Back on Feb. 25, he met with Obama in the Oval Office and spoke to a group about the anti-malaria program, Nothing But Nets.