Ron Artest: The Rodman To Kobe’s Jordan

June 4th, 2010 by Kyle Luke Leave a reply »
During the prime of his career, Dennis Rodman had one of the more entertaining stat lines in history.  Let's look at it for a minute.

His averages during the epic Bulls run from 1995-1998 include the following numbers:

1995-1996: 5 ppg 15 rpg

1996-1997: 6 ppg 16 rpg

1997-1998: 5 ppg 15 rpg

Just beautiful.  The president of the "rebounding is a state of mind" group, he was a 6'7" PF in a league full of phenomenal centers (O'Neal, Ewing, Olajuwon and Robinson to name four) and still managed to be the best rebounder in the league.  Only a crazy man could do that.  And Rodman was just that person.

Dennis Rodman was nuts.  How many people can say that they won a title playing with MJ, own 5 championship rings, and has fought alongside Hulk Hogan and Diamond Dallas Page? Rodman also took on a lead role next to Jean Claude Van-Damme in the film Double Take .  

Dennis Rodman may have been crazy, but that's not all bad considering Rodman cared the most about the following:

1.  Nobody, and I mean nobody, is going to out-rebound me, whatever the cost.  

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