Found March 07, 2013 on Project Spurs:
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It didn't take long for NBA commissioner David Stern to take a stance on controversial former San Antonio Spurs forward Dennis Rodman visiting North Korea. In this interview, Stern has taken the side of the majority of those criticizing Rodman's visit. Rodman has publicly come out praising dictator Kim Jong Un as his "new friend" and "awesome guy" despite his controversial ruling regime and style. These comments have come back as a backlash to Rodman's already tarnished career and have made him a joke to everyone who's discussing this issue. You can check out the video below and leave your thoughts on this topic Spurs fans.
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