This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain goes on location at the Michigan Political Leadership Program’s annual dinner.
Former Detroit Pistons star Dennis Rodman may have been the man on the basketball court, but in the court of diplomacy – he gets an “F” from former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson.
The Bad Boys and members of the 1989 NBA Championship team are coming together to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of their first NBA Championship, a title that energized the City of Detroit and solidified the Bad Boys’ place in basketball history.
Champ: Tomas Tatar for the way he played after his father passed away. Check out the video of Tatar honoring his father after the game winning goal on Saturday.
The latest from Rodman, the full-on smooch of North Korean psycho-dictator Kim Jong-un, is where former Bad Boy has taken his attention-seeking behavior to dizzying new heights.
How great is Foot Locker’s “Week of Greatness 2013″?
According to reports, Rodman and Kim Jong Un watched a basketball game together, and Kim hosted a dinner for the sports star.
Former Piston Dennis Rodman is back in North Korea, again practicing what he has termed “basketball diplomacy.”
Over a decade removed from his 14-year NBA career, former Detroit Piston Dennis Rodman is featured on this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated’s “Where Are They Now” issue.
While the world waits for a white plume of smoke; Dennis Rodman (fresh from his trip to North Korea) has packed a bag and flown to Rome in the hopes of helping the first black pope to be elected.