The Lakers legend gave $200,000 just because he didn't want to play Dennis Rodman in front of Kim Jong Un.
Dennis Rodman became an icon for his shenanigans on and off the court. While playing for the Chicago Bulls, 'The Lust Dance' highlighted his life on the ball floor.
A man who wanted to party and take unconventional paths forward, Rodman's story outside the NBA is just as impressive as the Hall of Fame.
In any case, the most mind-bending of all his amazing stories is his trip to North Korea.
Still, there was a fellow Los Angeles Lakers player who was called up to join Rodman.
In 2013, Worm was far from the game of NBA
Returning to his former lifestyle, Rodman found an opportunity that would make the most noise.
With the Harlem Globetrotters, the two-time Defensive Player of the Year went to North Korea.
Also, there he met Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. Shockingly, the pair made it a hit.
Be that as it may, Rodman was not by any means the only player who got a proposal to make a trip to North Korea.
Lakers legend, Robert Horry also ran. Still, nothing could get the Houston Rockets veteran to agree to try out.