Dennis Rodman Wants to Bring Kim Jong Un to NY Knicks Game
There are plenty of famous people you may see at any given New York Knicks game. Everyone from Howard Stern, to Spike Lee, to Jerry Seinfeld can be seen sitting court side as they cheer on the Knickerbockers.
But what about seeing one of the most feared and reviled dictators in the world?
Well, if former NBA star Dennis Rodman gets his way, North Korean leader (and Rodman's self proclaimed "friend for life") Kim Jong Un could one day be sitting at Madison Square Garden.
According to "The Worm" himself, Un requested that one of the first things he wants to do, if he ever visited the United States, is to go to the Garden and meet with Knicks owner James Dolan.
Of course, this is all a huge long shot. However, Rodman is close both with Un and President Donald Trump (going back to their days on The Apprentice). Rodman was even there in early June 2018 when Trump and Kim met during their historic summit in Singapore.
Rodman has traveled to North Korea several times since 2013.
While Rodman may be showing good intentions through his bizarre and somewhat delusional behavior, we doubt the North Korean leader would be very welcome stepping foot in New York, let alone the rest of the country.
Maybe he can just take up permanent residency in North Korea?