As someone who gave up on the King's Indian more than twenty years ago, I always root for the queenside attack. So FM Eric Rosen (who usually doesn't throw pieces to the wind) makes me happy in the following game. A piece gets sacked on 28, then an Exchange a few moves later...so I guess that's a deferred rook sacrifice.
The talented loser of this game, IM Daniel Naroditsky, is the author of the
second third book I've ever read that was written by a teenager (I'm not sure that I finished Une Saison en Enfer, post pedantically amended to include Radiguet's Le Diable au Corps: oh you Frenchies). Naroditsky's Mastering Positional Chess is strongly recommended.
Black sacs back to reach a not-quite-tenable rook ending, and Eric gets to display his typical outstanding technique.