What could possibly go wrong? A group of college "educated" athletes on national television to discuss a basketball game. The problem is this basketball game took place in North Korea, as part of a birthday celebration for President Kim Jong Un.
When asked about the American held hostage in North Korea, national boob and basketball hero Dennis Rodman became enraged. Insisting his team's trip to the foreign land was about basketball only. He also suggested interviewer Chris Cuomo was looking for a fight. Sounding more like a Saturday morning wrestler then an intelligent human, Rodman once again showed the nation his lack of credibility.
Rodman and his merry gang of former pros are as of now in Pyongyang to play against the North Korean national group, in honor of leader Kim Jong Un's birthday on Jan. 8. Kim grew up as a tremendous fanatic of Rodman's title Chicago Bulls groups in the 1990s, regardless of his nation's strict noninterference.
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