After a tough defeat in the NBA All-Star celebrity basketball game in Houston over the weekend, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt spoke with ABC News' John Schriffen about the star-studded game, playing a team sport, and his busy schedule since becoming a reigning Olympic champion and global sensation.
Bolt joined the East team in the basketball game held at Houston's Sprint Arena on Friday, where he played alongside TV personality Nick Cannon and singer Ne-Yo, among others. The East took on the West, which included Schriffen, rapper Common and comic Kevin Hart, but lost the game 58-38.
"You guys were playing hard. We had full court pressure. It was fun, though," Bolt told Schriffen after the game. "I was ready but I came out here to have a little fun. I came out here and you guys were all business. I was like, wow this is serious."
Bolt captured the world's attention at the London 2012 Olympics, where he won the 100 meters gold medal with a time of 9.63 seconds, setting a new OlympicRead More »from Usain Bolt Talks NBA All-Star Celebrity Game