Dennis Rodman and North Korea

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This undated publicity image released by HBO shows former NBA basketball player Dennis Rodman, right, with North Korea's Kim Jong Un at a basketball game from an episode of the documentary series "Vice." The season final episode will air on on June 14 at 11 p.m. EST on HBO. (AP Photo/Vice.com via HBO)

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Dennis Rodman returned from North Korea on Saturday, some six months after his maiden trip to the isolated and authoritarian regime, with promises of a major announcement to come. The big news that Rodman broke in a Monday morning press conference in New York? There'll be a third trip to Pyongyang in his future, and he's apparently got his sights set on a longer-term, more significant basketball-based relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that could include a new title for the Hall of Famer and rebounding legend: "Coach."
Dan Devine

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