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Yes, that is Bill Clinton, the former Leader of the Free World, as well as Russ Smith and Chane Behanan, two Louisville basketball players.

And yes, all three of them are rockin’ out with teammates in the locker room after the Cardinals took care of business against Villanova during the Big East Tournament on Thursday. Why? Because why not?

The locker room fun actually capped an extremely emotional day for Smith, who learned only hours before taking the court that his high school coach, the legendary Jack Curran, died at age 83 on Thursday. Playing in Curran’s honor, Smith led the Cardinals with 28 points. But after a day of tears, he finished the night sharing cheers with Arkansas’ most well-known fan.

The funniest part? These photos surfaced on the very same day RGIII photobombed Ken Starr, the federal investigator who first publicized Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Just try to imagine President George Washington doing something like this with some peeps after after his second term was up in 1797. Didn’t exactly have Instagram back then, did he?

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6 Comments:
  • The players look like they are making fun of him in the pictures. Even odds they could careless he was there.
  • Not many people get a chance to actually meet and be that close to a former or current president and for him to come into the locker room...they were extremely happy! All of these shots are probably already up on their Facebook, Instagram, Photogram and any other sites that are out there. :-)
  • Making fun of him? They're just taking a goofy picture, chillllllll
  • He was there to grope the cheerleaders.
  • ASS HOLE
  • Look what Louisville allowed to crawl out of the toilet in their lockerroom!
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