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The former basketball star Dennis Rodman said on Sunday he doesn't feel snubbed that his latest visit to North Korea hasn't ...
yet included a meeting with the country's leader, Kim Jong Un. Rodman is in Pyongyang to train local basketball players. (Dec. 22)
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SHOTLISTAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPyongyangDecember 20, 20131. Various of North Korean basketball players training as Dennis Rodman observesDecember 22, 20132. Mid of Dennis Rodman talking3. SOUNDBITE (English) Dennis Rodman, former NBA player:"People need to understand one thing: I'm not just coming over here to meet the leader, the Marshal. I came over here to meet the basketball team, to prepare a great game for the Leader for his birthday. And people need to understand that it's not important for me to meet him every time I come over because he has another, greater job to do for his country. And I respect that. But this trip was basically to come over to train the team so we can have a great, great game."December 20, 20134. Various of Rodman picking North Korean basketball players for his match in January 2014December 22, 20135. SOUNDBITE (English) Dennis Rodman, former NBA player:"You know, in the history of this country, I don't think anyone's created such a sight before. A country that's been segregated as far as like, people don't want to, you know, get involved with anything with North Korea. And all of a sudden I decide to do something like this and it's more of an entertainment factor. It's not political, it's not trying to be an ambassador or something like that. It's more like for the people of North Korea and hopefully maybe this will actually open the door as far as like, for certain situations, for me and the Marshal to actually talk about. But it's not necessarily political, it's not even nowhere near political. It's all about basketball and entertainment."6. Mid of Rodman talking7. SOUNDBITE (English) Dennis Rodman, former NBA player:"A lot of people in America don't approve of what I've been doing. But that's not my problem. A lot of people want me to come over here and do certain, special things. That's not my problem, either. I can't deal with that. Like I said, I'm not an ambassador."December 20, 20138. Various of Rodman training North Korean playersSTORYLINEThe former US basketball star Dennis Rodman said on Sunday he doesn't feel snubbed that his latest visit to North Korea hasn't yet included a meeting with the country's leader, Kim Jong Un.Rodman is currently in Pyongyang to train local basketball players for an exhibition game he hopes will include former American professionals."I came over here to meet the basketball team, to prepare a great game for the Leader for his birthday," Rodman said. "And people need to understand that it's not important for me to meet him every time I come over because he has another, greater job to do for his country. And I respect that."Rodman and Kim have struck up an unlikely friendship since the former basketball star travelled to Pyongyang earlier this year for a television special.Rodman says he's aware of criticism directed at him but doesn't care."A lot of people in America don't approve of what I've been doing. But that's not my problem."The visit comes less than a week after North Korea announced the execution of Kim's uncle Jang Song Thaek, an unprecedented fall from grace for one of the most powerful figures in the country