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Dennis Rodman's next task as a diplomat and ambassador to North Korea: to take some basketball players there to play a game.
Via USA Today Rodman says he's been invited to take a team of 12 former NBA players to play a game in North Korea early next year.
“I'm not a joke” Rodman said at a press conference. “Take me seriously.”
Rodman's wishlist of players would include Karl Malone and Scottie Pippen.
Rodman just recently returned from his second trip to North Korea and came home with a message blasting the United States and President Obama.
Rodman said he believes sports could be the olive branch needed to bridge the gap between North Korea and the United States.
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Dennis Rodman just got back from North Korea and he's already planning another trip.
And this one figures to be a lot longer than the five-day jaunt he just made .
Rodman held a press conference Monday morning to announce that he'll be training the North Korea basketball team for the 2016 Olympics.
That's not all, he also says he's arranged a game between North...
Dennis Rodman has officially lost his mind.
Rodman who has formed quite a budding friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, says he would like to bring a team of 12 former NBA players to play in a basketball tournament in North Korea early next year.
The participants would include Karl Malone and Scottie Pippen.
“I’m not a joke,” Rodman said at a press conference...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we mentioned that Dennis Rodman made a second trip back to North Korea and it appears that he and North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un are talking about organizing a basketball tournament.
I’ll let Chris Chase from the USA Today tell you the rest of the info:
Dennis Rodman says he’s been invited to bring a team of 12 former NBA players to play in...
And, for all of us, it's one of those things we need to see to believe...
Here's The Worm's rant on foreign policy at present and this country's relationship with North Korea...
Now, if only we could name Rodman some kind of special ambassador to the United Nations or something, wouldn't this whole North Korea-as-world-oppressor...
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and bringing a team of former NBA players with him.
Days after returning from his second trip to visit Kim Jong Un -- in which he said he became the first foreigner to hold the leader's newborn daughter -- Rodman announced plans Monday to stage two exhibition games in North Korea in January.
The first will be Jan. 8 (Kim's birthday...
Honestly, The Worm is probably one of the last people you expect to pry information about North Korea. Then again, he pulled off a historic visit to the socialist nation earlier this year, which was documented on an episode of…Read more →
Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and he says he will bring a team of former NBA players with him.
Days after returning from his second trip to visit Kim Jong Un - in which he held the leader's newborn baby - Rodman announced plans to stage two exhibition games there in January.
Touting his friendship with Kim Jong Un and criticizing President Barack Obama for not...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Former Detroit Pistons Bad Boy Dennis Rodman is going back to North Korea, and bringing a team of former NBA players with him.
Days after returning from his second trip to visit Kim Jong Un -- in which he said he became the first foreigner to hold the leader's newborn daughter -- Rodman announced plans Monday to stage two exhibition games in North Korea in January...
Former NBA superstar, cross-dresser, best selling writer and now diplomat Dennis Rodman would love to train the North Korean Olympic basketball team.
Dennis Rodman has taken his love for North Korea to a new level. Rodman has traveled to North Korea again to hold a basketball game and to train the North Korean basketball team for the 2016 Olympics. When he returned from North Korea, he made headlines calling President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton “assholes.”
From Business Insider:
When asked by the human rights violations...
Fruitcake ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman is apparently going to write a book with North Korea's dictator, Kim Jong Un. Rodman spoke at a presser: “Sports bring people together. That’s what the Marshal of North Korea wants, he hopes sports bring us together, bridge that gap…. But what I’m saying is sports is the number one thing in the world that keeps people together."...