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Barack Obama comments in Steph Curry's coronavirus Q&A with Dr. Fauci

Barack Obama comments in Steph Curry's coronavirus Q&A with Dr. Fauci

On Thursday morning, Warriors superstar Steph Curry hosted a coronavirus Q&A via Instagram with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Did Barack Obama -- the 44th president of the United States -- participate in the session?

You bet he did.

One of Obama's comments: "Listen to the science. Do your part and take care of each other. Thank you, Steph and Dr. Fauci."

Former Warriors forward Andre Iguodala made sure to check in on the event as well.

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Great stuff all the way around.

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Barack Obama attends NBA Finals Game 2 between Raptors, Warriors

Barack Obama attends NBA Finals Game 2 between Raptors, Warriors

Scotiabank Arena might need to supplement "O Canada" and "The Star-Spangled Banner" with "Hail to the Chief" ahead of Game 2 of the NBA Finals. 

Former President Barack Obama attended the Toronto Raptors' match-up with the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night. 

The Toronto crowd treated the former president to a long ovation during the second quarter. 

Obama hosted the Warriors at the White House once during his eight years in office, and met with the team during their trip to Washington D.C. this past season. Steph Curry reportedly facilitated the meeting, continuing the friendship they developed during Obama's second term. When Obama visited the Bay Area this year, he stopped by Ayesha Curry's restaurant on President's Day and shared the stage with Steph at an Obama Foundation event. 

If Obama and Drake meet courtside, there is no word if he'll tell the rapper that he thinks Kendrick Lamar is better. 

That time Stephen Curry's hot shooting grabbed President Obama's attention

That time Stephen Curry's hot shooting grabbed President Obama's attention

Editor's note: Stephen Curry's unprecedented NBA career has entered its 10th season, so we visited with the Warriors star to detail his top 10 moments, and he obliged. 

Stephen Curry averaged 30.3 points through his first 43 games of the 2015-16 season. In Games 44, 45 and 46, however, he scored just 14, 23 and 13 points, respectively.

So, when the Warriors took the floor Feb. 3, 2016, in Washington DC, he was due for a big game. And he had one.

Curry scored 25 points in the first quarter en route to 51 total in the Warriors' 134-121 win.

Has Curry ever started a game that hot?

"Not that I can remember," the Warriors star told NBC Sports Bay Area as he recounted his top 10 moments of his 10-year NBA career.

The next day, Curry and the Warriors visited the White House, where President Barack Obama went out of his way to poke fun at the two-time NBA MVP.

"Steph's a pretty good shooter," Obama said to a gathered audience. "For those of you who watched the game against the Wizards last night, he was, to use slang, he was 'clowning.'

"He's all jumping up and down (shaking his head)," said Obama, who then turned to look at Curry and jokingly added, "Just settle down."

The 44th President of the United States also took a jab at Curry's golf game and said Klay Thompson has a prettier jump shot.

Watch the video above to hear more about why this made Curry's Top 10 career moments.

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