“I was gonna kick his…” Dennis Rodman revealed why he kicked an innocent camera man in his groin

“I was gonna kick his…” Dennis Rodman revealed why he kicked an innocent camera man in his groin

Scenes after Dennis Rodman kicked a camera man

Dennis Rodman, the forward for Chicago Bulls, landed himself in trouble in 1997 when he kicked a cameraman during a game in Minnesota. As a result, he received a severe penalty, particularly financially. Rodman said that the photographer was too close to the court and charged the man with faking an injury.


The Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman was frequently unstable on and off the court for long portions of his career. Rodman had instances on the court where his unpredictable personality, which infiltrated his life outside of basketball, was evident. Rodman spent four seasons with the Bulls after being acquired in a trade before to the 1995–96 season. He contributed significantly to the team’s success, helping them win three NBA championships, but it wasn’t without controversy as he was engaged in a few famous on-court confrontations. One of whom, Rodman, made the poor decision to kick a cameraman and suffered dearly for it. A lawsuit, an off-the-court settlement, and a slew of penalties levied by the NBA came next.

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The legend of ‘The Worm’- Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman will always be remembered as a fantastic rebounder, despite the fact that he may have acquired more popularity for his exploits off the court than on it. At barely 6’7″, “The Worm” defied expectations for players his size, making the NBA All-Defensive First Team seven times and winning the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award twice. He led the league in rebounds per game for a league-record seven straight seasons, making him probably the best rebounding forward in NBA history. He was the leading rebounder in the game from 1991 to 1998. He also recorded some amazing double-digit rebounding averages when playing for the Lakers and Mavericks during the final stages of his NBA career.


Dennis Rodman fit very well with Michael Jordan and the Bulls because he didn’t want to play offensive basketball. When Rodman arrived to Chicago, Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and head coach Phil Jackson were in charge of the Bulls. They worked as a team to create a 72-10 record in 1995–96, the first year of their second “three-peat” of that decade. He earned two titles with the Detroit Pistons before joining the Bulls. Rodman was more than just a talented rebounder because of his extraordinary vision and instinctive basketball knowledge; he was a problem that most teams had to deal with every time he was on the court.

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Rodman kicked the heavens out of a camera man

Rodman attempted to retrieve the rebound over Kevin Garnett on January 15, 1997, against the Minnesota Timberwolves after a failed free-throw attempt, but lost his balance and tumbled out of bounds. After failing to collect the ball, Rodman fell into a group of photographers and kicked the Timberwolves cameraman, Eugene Amos. Amos was dragged from the court and sent to a hospital after lying on the ground for seven minutes. Rodman was charged with assault by Amos, but the case was resolved outside of court with the Bulls forward agreeing to pay $200,000. However, the NBA fined the two-time DPOY and suspended him for 11 games. All of these had an impact on Rodman’s final campaign in Chicago.

Dennis Rodman discussed the encounter in 1997 during an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” He said: “It was a bad thing on my part, it wasn’t that I was trying to kick the guy, I was kicking the camera that was on the floor.” Regarding his explosive outbursts, Rodman was required to attend a counselling session with former NBA Commissioner David Stern. Overall, Rodman lost close to $1.1 million as a result of the kicking incident, which also solidified his reputation as one of the most infamous NBA players in history.


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