Kobe Bryant: Ready to Go For Gold In 2012
Kobe Bryant has made his intentions clear: he's not satisfied with one gold medal and wants to help USA Basketball to the gold again at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Bryant made it official by committing to the team on Mike Krzyzewski's Sirius XM radio show. Krzyzewski coaches Team USA and Duke.
Bryant averaged 15 points per game during the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, playing a vital role for Team USA. He scored 20 points and had six assists in the gold medal game against Spain.
Bryant, who had led the Los Angeles Lakers to back-to-back NBA Championships in the last two seasons, will be 34 in 2012 when the London games kick off.
"You guys want me there, I am there and I'm ready to defend," Bryant said on Krzyzewski's radio show. "And then when you guys need me to put some points on the board I'll do that too."
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