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PLAYERS: Dennis Rodman

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You knew it was only going to be a matter of time until some intrepid YouTuber would create a basketball video game parody based on the new found friendship of former NBA player Dennis Rodman and North Korea leader, Kim Jong-Un.

Let us first thank the fine folks over Official Comedy for this gem and get ready to enjoy the supreme ruler slam it down.

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