The Dennis Rodman All Stars, The Marhsall and How to Avoid Being the Main Course
Call ‘em brave souls.
Dennis Rodman gave his new butt buddy Kim Jong Un a birthday gift fit for a megalomaniac — a bunch of people.
Rodman and his group of, uh, stars, arrived in Pyongyang to play an exhibition basketball game for a guy who topped Mr. Burns by feeding his uncle to the hounds. Because, you know, having him chased off your property is so 1990s.
"The marshal is actually trying to change this country in a great way," Rodman said, using a title to describe Kim III. And Rodman’s right already, because "Marshall" is so boring and bland compared to Kim III’s grandfather and father’s superlatives.
So out with the “Dear Leader” and “Supreme God.” I guess that’s reform.
"I think that people thought that this was a joke, and Dennis Rodman is just doing this because fame and fortune." Yeah, Rodman just referred to himself in the third person.
The All Stars include former all stars and Celtics Vin Baker and Kenny Anderson, ex-King Doug Christie, ex-Warrior Eric “Sleepy” Floyd and this guy, who’s been terrorized enough by Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan, and could easily empathize with North Koreans trapped under hell. Four street ballers round out the team.
I hope they know they’re supposed to lose an exhibition game to the North Korean All Stars, unless they want to be human Gaegogi.