Depends on the metric(s).
The only "crash" that rivals what happened during the Great Recession during Obama Admin, was the Great Depression, from 1929-1939.
At the start of the Great Depression, the unemployment rate in the US was about 5%. It did not return to that level until about 1942, or 13 years after the start of the GD.
When Obama took office in 2009, the unemployment was nearly at 10% that year. When he left office 8 years latter, it was 4.8%.
That's one metric. Here are 12 other economic metrics used by economists:
"Obama comes in eighth out of the 12 other Presidents, but still records a positive score, indicating a roughly average performance. That is based on six full years of his record, from 2010 to 2016. (This analysis leaves two years to go, because I allowed one year for the effects from the previous administration to subside -- more on that later.)
That is not a stunning performance, but it is a major improvement over that of his predecessor, George W. Bush, whose economic score was significantly lower than even Jimmy Carter’s. Rest assured, in this analysis a president’s score takes into account what he inherited and what he left behind. That’s one reality that both benefited and hampered Ronald Reagan’s and Obama’s scores."
Bottom line for Obama: Not the worst President, and not the best.
Surely depends on the metrics, is that why you are cherry picking the unemployment number? That number is already discredited.