Los Angeles Lakers point guard José Calderón retired from Spain’s national team after playing in his fourth Olympics in Rio.
Calderón, 34, earned silver medals in 2008 and 2012 and bronze in 2016 for Spain, which lost to the U.S. in the medal rounds at each of the last three Olympics.
Calderón is one of five Spaniards to play in the last four Olympic tournaments, along with Pau Gasol, Juan Carlos Navarro, Rudy Fernandez and Felipe Reyes.
Calderón came off the bench in Rio and played 25 minutes total in five of the team’s eight games. He’s entering his 12th season in the NBA.
Gasol, who will be 40 years old come Tokyo 2020, has not determined when he will end his international career.
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Pau Gasol leads a Spanish Olympic men’s basketball roster with seven NBA players, most of any nation other than the U.S.
Spain lost to the U.S. in the last two Olympic finals and is one of the Americans’ biggest threats this year, along with France.
Gasol is joined on the roster by fellow NBA players including Olympic veterans Ricky Rubio, Jose Calderon and Sergio Rodriguez and Olympic rookies Alex Abrines, Guillermo Hernangomez and Nikola Mirotic.
Former NBA players and Olympic veterans Juan Carlos Navarro (fifth Olympics) and Rudy Fernandez are also on the team.
Missing from the team are two prominent players from the 2012 Games — Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol, who is out after broken foot surgery Feb. 23, and Orlando Magic forward Serge Ibaka.
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Brothers Pau and Marc Gasol are on Spain’s list of 24 possible players for its 12-man Olympic team, after Pau’s concerns about the Zika virus and Marc’s broken foot surgery Feb. 23.
“Marc is trying to recover, trying to see if he can arrive in time,” Spain coach Sergio Scariolo said earlier this week, according to FIBA. “Today, it’s too early to tell.”
Every Spanish NBA star is on the list, including 2012 Olympic silver medalists Serge Ibaka, Ricky Rubio and Jose Calderon, in addition to the Gasol brothers and potential first-time Olympian Nikola Mirotic of the Chicago Bulls.
Only one of Ibaka and Mirotic can compete in Rio due to the naturalized-player rule.
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