Former NBA star Dennis Rodman arrived in North Korea on Thursday to meet leader Kim Jong Un and put the finishing touches on plans to bring 12 ex-NBA players to Pyongyang for a Jan. 8 exhibition game marking the leader's birthday. Rodman said the game is on track despite the recent execution of Kim's uncle in a dramatic political purge.
Rodman's visit comes less than...
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Former NBA star Dennis Rodman flew to North Korea on Thursday to help train the national team and renew his friendship with the North's young leader Kim Jong Un, a visit unaffected by the recent execution of Kim's uncle in a dramatic political purge.
Rodman told a mob of reporters at Beijing's airport that he expected, as on previous visits, to meet with Kim and make...
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Talking executions T…NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman is headed back to North Korea to help train its Olympic basketball team for an invitational game to be staged in Pyongyang early next year, in spite of the political drama currently unfolding the isolated nation. This will be the Worm’s third trip there this year. Any chance Dennis the Diplomat is undercover for the CIA?...
NBA Hall of Fame forward Dennis Rodman unveiled his line of vodka on Thursday. The brand carries the tagline "The Original Bad Ass Premium Vodka."
Dennis Rodman has been caught on video doing something inexplicable, but why should that be surprising? Can anyone ever explain why he does the stuff he does?
In this case, Rodman was recently on stage with a jazz band at a Hollywood hotel -- see, it's already making no sense -- when for some reason he ranted at Kobe Bryant, TMZ reports. The video catches Rodman repeatedly saying...
Sometimes, the wacky stuff we find here on That NBA Lottery Pick doesn’t really need any sort of long form explanation. Check out Dennis Rodman’s brand-new “Wonderful Pistachio” commercial which features him and a actor pretending to be Kim Jong-Un *** Dennis Rodman image courtesy of Getty Images
YEAH, MAYBE NOT
Dennis Rodman's friendship with Kim Jong-Un has kept him in the paper lately and he feels their odd pairing makes the world a much safer place.
Dennis Rodman believes that if LeBron James had played during his heyday of the late 80s/early 90s, he would have been "just an average player."
DIPLOMATIC AS I WANNA BE
Dennis Rodman has been to North Korea. Barack Obama has not. And The Worm reminded the president of this in the only way that he possibly could: by talking to TMZ about it.
'NORTH KOREA JAM'
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: