George Bush & Bill Clinton Turn 65 with the NBA, Summer of 2K11
George W. Bush and Bill Clinton the 43rd and 42nd Presidents of the United States will turn 65 this Summer with the NBA (National Basketball Association).
Both former Commanders-in-Chief are first-year baby boomers that are turning 65 during the year 2011. Bush was born July 9, 1946 and Clinton was born August 19, 1946.
During the 16-years of their Presidential tenures the NBA and College basketball champions would make their annual visit to the White House and be greeted by the President.
The 2011 NCAA Champion Connecticut Huskies visited President Barack Obama last week at the White House.
Clinton was there for 4 of the Chicago Bulls Championships during the 1990's.
The NBA was founded on June 6, 1946 in New York City at the old Hotel Commodore (now the Grand Hyatt). June 6, 2011 will mark the 65th Anniversary date of the league being formed. The NBA was known as the BAA (Basketball Association of America) from 1946-49. The league name was changed to the NBA when the BAA merged with NBL (National Basketball League).
The NBA began as an 11-team league that are known as the "Original 11."
Since 2009 June has been proclaimed as NBHHCM (National Basketball & Hip-Hop Culture Month). NBHHCM 2K11 will honor the NBA and their 65th Anniversary this coming June.
NBA at 65, 6-6-11.