President Barack Obama will dribble into town Wednesday night for his latest New York City fundraiser.
The president is expected to touch down at JFK at about 6 p.m. Wednesday.
He's in town for "The Obama Classic," a dinner at the Time Warner Center with Michael Jordan. About 120 people are signed up to attend, and plates sold for $20,000 each.
Before that dinner, Obama supporters will get the chance to shoot a little hoops and get autographs from several current and retired NBA stars: Carmelo Anthony, Patrick Ewing, Sheryl Swoopes, Kyrie Irving and Alonzo Mourning will be on hand at Chelsea Piers for various meet-and-greets throughout the afternoon.
Prices to attend a "skills camps" they are holding range from $5,000 for a pair of tickets, to $250 for additional autograph session with players.
Obama's campaign also gave one person an all-expense paid trip to meet the President and the players today, all in exchange for a minimum $3 donation.
After the swanky dinner with Jordan, President is expected to fly back out of New York before midnight.
Baller campaign contributions
Knicks player Carmelo Anthony gave Obama $5,000
Vincent Carter of the Dallas Mavericks gave Obama $5,000
Baron Davis of the Cleveland Cavaliers gave Obama $5,000
Michael Jordan donated $10,000 to Obama in 2004
Source: According to Federal Election Commission Records