“We could’ve had s*x together” Dennis Rodman reveals how weirdly ‘Bad Boy’ Pistons were connected to each other


“We could’ve had s*x together” Dennis Rodman reveals how weirdly ‘Bad Boy’ Pistons were connected to each other

Dennis Rodman(R) with Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars during the "Bad Boy Pistons" era

Dennis Rodman, who has a history of dubious behavior’s and making bad decisions, leads a life that is both entertaining and thrilling and he once asserted that he was so close to the Detroit Pistons team’s players that they ought to have had se*.

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Rodman was one of the most legendary players in the NBA, and his odd personality attracted a following. He was a great basketball player because of his ability to rebound and his effect on the floor. Rodman has an odd and fascinating life that the most of us can only aspire to replicate in our wildest imagination.

Rodman and the Pistons hit it off right away after he was drafted because Laimbeer and he made the ideal frontcourt team, earning them the nickname “Bad Boys.” Rodman’s effort and aggressiveness were the cornerstones of his game, guaranteeing him a position in the lineup for years to come and he had a specific thing to say about the team in an interview.

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Dennis Rodman’s exuberant NBA career

Dennis Rodman will always be remembered as a superb rebounder, despite the fact that he may have gained more notoriety for his antics off the court than on it. “The Worm,” who was just 6’7″, surpassed expectations for a player his size by making the NBA All-Defensive First Team seven times and winning the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award twice. He may be the best rebounding forward in NBA history, setting a league record for the most straight seasons with the most rebounds per game. He was the best rebounder in the game from 1991 to 1998. While representing the Lakers and Mavericks before retiring from NBA, he also racked up some astounding double-digit rebounding averages.

Dennis Rodman effectively complimented Michael Jordan and the Bulls because he didn’t want to play offensive basketball. When Rodman moved to Chicago, Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Bulls head coach Phil Jackson were in command of the franchise. Together, they compiled a 72-10 record in 1995–96, the first year of their second “three-peat.” He won two championships with the Detroit Pistons before joining the Bulls, where he was known as a “Bad Boy” because he and the team enjoyed penetrating players’ minds before games. Rodman was more than just a terrific rebounder because of his extraordinary vision and natural basketball acumen; anytime he was on the court, most opponents had to deal with him.

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Rodman and his narrative about the “Bad Boy Pistons”

It is extremely clear that Dennis Rodman values his relationships with his Detroit Pistons friends. He even claimed in an interview that Isiah Thomas essentially “saved his career.” When discussing his Pistons teammates with Rachel Nichols and Scottie Pippen on “The Jump” a years back, Rodman said: “When I went to Detroit, Isiah, Joe Dumars, and Chuck Daly embedded to me, ‘You know what, this is about a family, we wanna win. We gotta stick together, we’re gonna do this together.’ We were so damn close, we should be having s*x, that’s how close we were. You know what I mean”. This is merely a comparison to show how close he was to these personalities in the 80s and 90s.

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In the late 1980s, the Dennis Rodman and the Pistons were one of the contenders in the Eastern Conference. The Boston Celtics were their first opponent, who they had to defeat in two games in the Eastern Conference Finals. They then made it to three consecutive NBA Finals, winning two of them in 1989 and 1990. One of the reasons the Pistons were so successful was their close-knit solidarity. The Pistons were one of the few teams to defeat the Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan in the playoffs until old age finally caught up to them, and they were no longer in championship contention.

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