|Obama and David Cameron stuffing their face|
President Barack Obama seemed to be having trouble explaining the rules of basketball to Prime Minister, David Cameron, on the first day of the Conservative leader's tour of the U.S.
|Okay, let me explain Basketball to you|
Mr Obama, a self-confessed basketball fan, invited Mr Cameron to watch Western Kentucky University take on Mississippi Valley State in the opening game of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men's Basketball tournament known as March Madness.
|Oh Blimey! I get it now - It's quite similar to football, isn't it? Lol|
At half-time, the pair were interviewed by Clark Kellogg of CBS Sports - the only joint interview Mr Cameron will face with Mr Obama. The Prime Minister said he was enjoying his first time at the televised basketball game, but admitted he had trouble understanding parts of the
Mr Cameron told Mr Kellogg 'I'm enjoying it. It's fast, it's pretty fast and furious. It's hard to follow sometimes exactly who's done what wrong.'
|President Obama, PM Cameron and Reporter Clark Kellogg|
Asked if the president was helping him, Mr Cameron said: 'He's giving me some tips. He's going to help me fill out my bracket.'
A smiling Mr Obama quipped back: 'He's going to teach me cricket. Because I don't understand what's going on with that game.'
Mr Cameron said he saw 'a lot of similarities' with football, but admitted that basketball was 'very fast.'
|The 3 men still chatting and laughing away|