By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs.com
In what could be bad news to San Antonio Spurs fans, as Manu Ginobili has talked about London possibly being his last time playing with the Argentina national team, his backcourt-mate Tony Parker says he's not done yet, and has marked the Rio Olympics on his calendar for what could be his last time playing with Les Bleus.
According to French site Europe1, Parker is extending his international career in hopes of winning gold.
"I am motivated to get back on a four-year cycle. I have always said that Rio would be my last competition with the French team and I hope to finish in style over there," said the playmaker from the San Antonio Spurs, at age 30. "Of the three, four years, there are beautiful things to do. The mood is too good about this team. Very next day there was already talk of next year (Euro 2013 in Slovenia). I will continue to have this fire to play for France and try to win a title before the end of my career. "
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