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Carmelo Anthony tears up after winning his third Olympic gold medal

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Carmelo Anthony is now a three-time Olympic gold medalist.

The New York Knicks' star forward helped lead Team USA to a gold medal in men's basketball this afternoon. The Americans defeated Serbia in the gold medal game, 96-66.

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Following the game, Anthony, who has been a part of four different Team USA squads (the 2004 team embarrassingly won bronze while the '08, '12 and '16 teams all won gold), did an interview with NBC.

Anthony, 32, teared up while talking about what being a part of Team USA means to him.

Congrats, Melo.

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