Dennis Rodman said at a press conference Monday he would train the North Korean basketball team for the Olympics.
"People are so much happier when they see sports," Rodman said. "Sports is the number one thing in the world that keep people together ... I want to bridge a gap between North Korea."
A reporter asked Rodman who his starting five dictators, living or dead, would be, and Rodman responded saying, "This is not a joke."
Rodman also announced he and some former colleagues would travel to North Korea on Kim Jung-Un's birthday for a basketball tournament. The North Korean ministry of sports said it would cover the expenses.