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PHOTOS: Dennis Rodman through the years

PHOTOS: Dennis Rodman through the years

RODMAN IN NORTH KOREA: Dennis Rodman says he hopes playing basketball in North Korea will bring about change. Photo: Associated Press

From winning with the Pistons and the Bulls to his book, “Bad As I Wanna Be,” and TV shows, to his multiple marriages and romances (remember Carmen Electra?!) and finally to friend of a controversial North Korean leader, Dennis Rodman rarely has a dull moment.

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