The group of Americans being offered like a sacrificial lamb birthday cake to North Korea's dear leader include former NBA all-stars Kenny Anderson, Cliff Robinson Vin Baker and former Knick Charles D. Smith.
The NBA has denounced the game, saying that, "Although sports in many instances can be helpful in bridging cultural divides, this is not one of them."
Rodman, who clearly has a firm grip on the international affairs, recently explained the trouble he's had convincing other Americans to visit North Korea with him, saying, "You know, they're still afraid to come here, but I'm just telling them, you know, don't be afraid man, it's all love, it's all love here."
But Rodman, changing planes in Beijing, told a reporter for Sky News that he has no intention of confronting his murderous buddy about human rights violations, pointing out that many Americans are kept jails as well.
"That's not the right thing to do. He's my friend first. He's my friend. I don't give a ****. I tell the world: he's my ******* friend, I love him."
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