He shoots. And shoots. And shoots.
(Credit: OfficialComedy/YouTube Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)
Perhaps Kobe Bryant’s teammates feel the same way.
They stand back and watch their supreme leader perform as no other man can. Or no other man thinks he can.
In this case, on one team is North Korea’s “Supreme Leader” Kim Jong-un, partnered by his new bosom chum, Dennis Rodman.
On the other team are two Americans — one of whom, curiously, isn’t an American.
The genesis of this sparkling video game is the recent visit of Rodman, the former Chicago Bull great and “Celebrity Apprentice” not-so-great to North Korea.
Following in the footsteps of Google’s Eric Schmidt, Rodman was characterized by Secretary of State John Kerry in this way: As a diplomat, he’ s a great basketball player.”
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