Dwyane Wade Uncertain about Playing for Team USA Again
Having played in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, Wade said he was leaning toward retiring from international play. But the recruiting hasn’t stopped.
”I really said to myself after 2008, when we won the gold medal, that I was in the mind state that it was it for me,” Wade said when asked about meeting with Colangelo. ”Of course, my teammates have gotten into my ear a little bit and would love for me to be a part of it. But it’s a long way away for me.”
Wade, who would be 30 by the 2012 London Games, said it would be easier to commit to the team without a requirement to go through this summer’s training camp and the World Championships.