And then we get this video, in which Dennis Rodman sings "Happy Birthday" to the boy leader from center court while wearing sunglasses and a blue jersey with the number 91, his number with the Chicago Bulls.
His singing performance is followed by a mediocre basketball performance between a team of undersized North Korean hoopsters and a team of former NBA players who could have played better but probably wanted to avoid detention and summary execution.
- Dennis Rodman's husky singing voice
- Dennis Rodman physically bowing (halfies) to a foreign dictator
- Dennis Rodman moved to tears (seems like it) by his love for a foreign dictator
- Sunglasses indoors
- Gesticulating in homage
- Former NBA players clapping for a foreign dictator and looking really uncomfortable and maybe a little scared
- Comparatively tiny North Korean basketball players
- A terrible offensive set (:54)
- James Harden-like perimeter defense (1:05)
- An audience of people wearing the same suit
- Authoritarian applause
- Post-game Rodman wearing two scarves at the same time
- Former New York Knick Charles Smith looking very regretful and wondering "whether we did the right thing"