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Quick, who is the most insane person ever to play professional basketball? I’m guessing one of your first guesses is Dennis Rodman. Yeah, he played inspired defense. But he also was dirty. And he kicked photographers in the nuts. And he made action movies with Jean Claude Van Damme. And he showed up to his book signing wearing a wedding dress. If all of the above isn’t proof enough that Dennis Rodman is a legitimate crazy person, I present the following headline from the Sporting News: Dennis Rodman wants Nobel Prize after time in North Korea Yeah, maybe you remember that Rodman went to North Korea this Spring to hang out with other crazy person and dictator Kim Jong-Un. Rodman, who for some strange and unexplainable reason, thought he was “breaking the ice” between the U.S. and North Korea. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Rodman said: Why it’s been left to me to smooth things over, I don’t know. Dennis Rodman, of all people. Keeping us safe is really not my job; it’s the black guy’s [Obama's] job. Dennis Rodman: Basketball Hall-of-Famer, Action Movie Star, and Nobel Prize Winner? Yeah, that’s not happening. But crazy is as crazy does. [...]
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Dennis Rodman racked up many awards on the court during his Hall of Fame playing career in the NBA, most notably claiming Defensive Player of the Year twice and being a five-time champion. Off the court, he hasn’t been as successful, but he’s hoping his recent peacemaking efforts won’t go unnoticed by the Nobel Committee. Rodman recently traveled with the Harlem Globetrotters...
Crazier things have happened, so why not.
After travelling to North Korea earlier in the year and befriending dictator Kim Jong-il, former NBA standout Dennis Rodman, is under the impression that he deserves a prestigious accolade worthy of what he thinks was a war-preventing mission.
“My mission is to break the ice between hostile countries. Why it’s been left to me to smooth...
It wouldn’t be a month here on That NBA Lottery Pick without a story about former NBA player Dennis Rodman.
Rodman will be on the cover of an upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated called “Where Are They Now” and in his interview, Dennis decided to wax poetic on his trip to South Korea to meet Kim Jong-un:
“Before I landed in Pyongyang, I didn’t know Kim Jong-un from Lil’...
Dennis Rodman won his share of awards during his Hall of Fame NBA career, most notably claiming Defensive Player of the Year twice, and now he's hoping his recent peacemaking efforts won't go unnoticed by the Nobel Committee.
Rodman, who recently traveled with the Harlem Globetrotters to North Korea and met with Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, thinks he should get some rather...
Dennis Rodman has lost and found himself so many times, it gives me a headache to count. He was an all-world defender and rebounder for the Pistons. Then he brought a gun to practice. Then he maintained his all-world status with the Bulls. Then he dyed his air. Then he dated Carmen Electra. Then he donned a wedding dress. Then he posed nude for his...
What do Theodore Roosevelt, Martin Luther King Jr., Henry Kissinger, Mohamed Anwar Al-Sadat, Mother Theresa, Desmond Tutu, the Dalai Lama, Yasser Arafat, Nelson Mandela, and Dennis Rodman all have in common?
If enough people agree with Dennis Rodman they will all be Nobel Peace Prize winners.
Rodman, never one to shy away from the public eye...