New information has been uncovered about Dennis Rodman's plans for his Pro Basketball Hall of Fame Induction and they include the "King of All Media."

Rodman is spending over $60,000 in travel costs to bring radio shock jock Howard Stern and other celebrities to Springfield, Mass. for the ceremony.

Stern, a big fan of the New York Knicks, became friends with Rodman following numerous appearances on his Sirius XM Radio show. Actress and director Penny Marshall, a huge LA Clippers fan, will also get her travel expenses paid for by Rodman.

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports Phil Jackson, who coached "The Worm" in the Bulls' glory years, will be the tattooed rebounding machine's presenter.

The Hall of Fame shot down Rodman's plans to enter the ceremony on a colorful float, because of concerns about blocking traffic in Springfield. He'll arrive via helicopter instead.

Rodman said he plans to hire acrobats to perform and a couple of his outfits will be "out there."

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