Former NBA Player Etan Thomas Plays with President Obama at White House Easter Egg Roll

Former Syracuse basketball player Etan Thomas appears to have had himself quite an entertaining Easter.

The former Orange star and 11-year NBA veteran played basketball with President Obama at the Easter Egg Roll on Monday, held annually at the White House.

Thomas was part of a guest list that included Miss America Nina Davuluri, former Syracuse defensive end Dwight Freeney, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, former Georgetown center Dikembe Mutombo, actor Jim Carrey and Sesame Street's Cookie Monster.

Thomas tweeted that Obama missed his first two shots, made the next, left his hand hanging and stopped shooting immediately after the make.