Dennis Rodman will play for a Finnish basketball team.
Actually, he has signed a contract to play a minimum of 10 minutes for Torpan Pojat, a Helsinki-based team in the Finnish professional league. The owner figures that he can increase his normal 2-3,000 attendance to about 8,000 with Rodman in the lineup, particularly since the game is scheduled on a night with no hockey game in town.
A marginal sideshow like Rodman finds a marginal professional team to pay him.
But please, let’s not call Finland a marginal country.
Unless, of course, it is a cold dark winter night with no hockey.