Michael Jordan ‘The Last Dance’: Dennis Rodman explaining how he mastered the art of rebounding is fascinating

Dennis Rodman is an … interesting guy, to put it gently. He’s known best for his unbelievable rebounding ability, bizarre fashion choices and off-court incidents. But there was far more to the man than the hustle on the floor, and the antics off of it. “The Last Dance,” a 10-part Read more

Dennis Rodman trade: How Michael Jordan’s Bulls landed one of NBA’s best rebounders for a backup center

Will Perdue was a solid NBA player, who averaged 4.7 points per game across a 13-year career. There’s nothing wrong with that kind of production, especially when you’re playing with Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls. Plenty of players would trade places with him just for a chance at one of his Read more

Dennis Rodman considered Scottie Pippen the ‘best player in the world’ during Michael Jordan’s baseball hiatus

The first two episodes of “The Last Dance” — ESPN’s 10-part series chronicling Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls — were a monster hit, reportedly drawing over six million viewers. So far the focus has been on former Bulls GM Jerry Krause, who has been painted as the clear Read more

Dennis Rodman: Chicago Bulls would have ‘easily’ won 1999 NBA title if they didn’t break up team

The Chicago Bulls’ dynasty was going to end in 1998 no matter what. Jerry Krause, the general manager at the time, was determined to move on from Phil Jackson as coach, and Michael Jordan was equally determined not to play for another coach. Krause also didn’t want to keep Scottie Read more

Dennis Rodman says Scottie Pippen was ‘best player in the world’ during Michael Jordan’s baseball hiatus

The first two episodes of “The Last Dance” — ESPN’s 10-part series chronicling Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls — were a monster hit, reportedly drawing over six million viewers. So far the focus has been on former Bulls GM Jerry Krause, who has been painted as the clear Read more

Dennis Rodman: Scottie Pippen was ‘best player in the world’ during Michael Jordan’s baseball hiatus

The first two episodes of “The Last Dance” — ESPN’s 10-part series chronicling Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls — were a monster hit, reportedly drawing over six million viewers. So far the focus has been on former Bulls GM Jerry Krause, who has been painted as the clear Read more