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Hall of Famer/basketball diplomat apologizes to family of Kenneth Bae, teammates and others.

Hall of Famer's trip to North Korea has been his most controversial yet.

Former NBA player also says he loves Kim Jong Un ahead of basketball game in Pyongyang.

"It's all love here," Hall of Famer says of Kim Jong Un's country as he tries to arrange NBA exhibition game.

A Kim Jong-un look-alike makes an appearance and Rodman explodes. Just because.

His mission isn't diplomacy, he says he just wants to see his friend, Kim Jong Un.

Former basketball star says if he's not in the final top three, "something’s seriously wrong.”

While he hopes to get an NFL job, the former Jets quarterback makes a cameo with Trace Adkins.

Fresh from his trip to North Korea, former NBA star wants "to spread a message of peace and love throughout the world."

Can a "Call Me Maybe" video be far behind as the former NBA star promises a return to North Korea?

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