Dennis Rodman -- fresh from his basketball summit in North Korea -- is now setting his sights on fixing those pesky problems plaguing the Catholic Church ... because he's jetting to Rome today in hopes of meeting the new Pope.
[...] As for what Dennis wants to accomplish ... he tells TMZ, "I want to be anywhere in the world that I'm needed ... I want to spread a message of peace and love throughout the world."
"In my career, when Juwan Howard was a free agent (in 1996), we had serious talks with Detroit. Same with (Dikembe) Mutombo (in 1996)," Falk said. "You go to play, it's your job. You have a finite amount of time to win. When Detroit was good, it was a very attractive place to play, guys wanted to go there.
"I can't speak for every player, if they want to be actors and have commercials. Don't you want to win? Who cares about that other stuff?"
The @detroitpistons are considering doing a Harlem shake video need ideas on where to do it! Suggestions??— Andre Drummond (@DRE_DRUMMOND_) March 1, 2013
The first response to his tweet is pretty good: "you should do it two weeks ago, because it's pretty much over now." Yeah, what he said, man.