(WSCR) If President Obama is anxious about the results of today’s election, he’s not showing it.

Around 1 p.m. today, Obama and Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen teamed up for a quick pick-up game at Hope Athletic Center on Chicago’s West Side with some of Obama’s staff and a few friends.

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Former Illinois Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias tweeted that he was playing with Obama and former Bulls Pippen and Randy Brown.

They played against a team that included Education Secretary Arne Duncan, former Chicago Bull Randy Brown, and Obama friend Marty Nesbitt.

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Obama campaign officials also confirmed White House Assistant Chef Sam Kass and Obama’s brother-in-law Craig Robinson played in the game.

Giannoulias said the president’s team won by about 20 points.

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Although he would not reveal how many points Obama scored, he said the president “played very well.” Giannoulias said he scored 32 points himself, while Pippen scored 21.