President Obama is very passionate about creating mentoring programs for young people, especially young men, of color. His newest promotional video called “The Mentorship” – a feature for his My Brother’s Keeper initiative – features one of the most well-known faces in professional sports today: Steph Curry of the record-breaking Golden State Warriors. What is best about the short clip is the comedic relationship between Obama and Curry even when the President tries to improve Curry’s jump shot.

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In the video, we see Obama and Curry doing mundane things like playing Connect Four and improving Curry’s resume. The duo even takes a moment to create a volcano which Curry makes ‘explode’ using chemicals. Obama then says, “that’s science right there!”

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It is no question that the video’s main focus is on the My Brother’s Keeper campaign. As the video progresses, the viewer is encouraged to “support My Brother’s Keeper” and “become a mentor” since, as they say, you don’t have to have all the time in the world, be the President, or an NBA star to be a hero in your community.

Watch the video below:

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