During CBS/Turner’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game on Monday, we’ll see Clark Kellogg’s fourth interview with President Barack Obama. During the First Four in Dayton, OH in March, Kellogg interviewed both Mr. Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron. On Monday, CBS will air Clark talking with the President solo at the White House.
This also marks the second time that Kellogg was able to talk to President Obama at White House Basketball Court. And the two men will discuss the President’s daughter playing basketball.
It all occurs sometime during CBS’ coverage of Kentucky-Kansas at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. We have the CBS blurb promoting the interview.
Interview to Air as part of CBS Sports’ National Championship Game Coverage on Monday, April 2
CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship game on Monday, April 2 (9:00 PM, ET) will feature an interview with President Barack Obama, conducted by lead college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg from the White House. This marks Kellogg’s fourth interview with President Obama.
During the interview President Obama discusses how coaching his daughter Sasha’s basketball team brings him more joy than he ever got playing himself. During the conversation, Kellogg returns to the Presidential Court at the White House where he lost a close game of POTUS (horse) to the President in 2010.
Kellogg interviewed President Obama and Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron to tip off this year’s NCAA Tournament during the first game from the NCAA First Four® in Dayton, Ohio.
Eric Mann serves as Senior Producer for CBS Sports’ coverage of THE FINAL FOUR SHOW. Debra Gelman produces. Harold Bryant is Executive Producer and Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.
And we’re done for the weekend. Back on Monday.