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Rodman: Isiah Thomas, not Bird, should've made Dream Team

Dennis Rodman has done a lot of weird and crazy things in his life, and saying Isiah Thomas should’ve been on the 1992 Dream Team ahead of Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird certainly is one of them. Rodman was asked during a recent radio appearance on Sirius XM’s “NBA Today” show which Dream Team member shouldn’t have made the roster so Thomas would’ve had a spot....
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Fade-Away: The hairstyle that could change basketball

There have been few moments in basketball history when aesthetics truly impacted the game. Most notably, the fusion of basketball with hip-hop in the late 80's and early 90's marked the biggest cosmetic change when the Fab Five, and then later Michael Jordan, started wearing baggy shorts. Later, with Allen Iverson, the hip-hop vibe found its quintessential basketball partner in...
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October 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Dennis Rodman endorses Donald Trump for President

Real estate mogul Donald Trump has been losing credibility as fast as the speed of sound ever since he announced his candidacy to run for President of the United States. Trump burned many bridges when multiple major entities cut ties with him after he made racist and inappropriate remarks about Mexican immigrants. Not to worry though, because Trump has “friend” in former NBA...
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July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Dennis Rodman stands up for Hulk Hogan, says he is not racist

Dennis Rodman, last seen visiting North Korea and praising the ways of his friend — noted oppressor Kim Jong-un — has now taken up for Hulk Hogan. After transcripts of anti-Black comments made by the wrestler came to light Friday, Rodman sent some tweets defending his friend and saying he is not racist. I've known...Read More
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July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Dennis Rodman apologizes for North Korea outburst: 'I had been drinking'

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for his much-criticized outburst about an American citizen imprisoned in North Korea, saying he was stressed out and had been drinking when he made the remarks on CNN.The eccentric Hall of Famer is in Pyongyang for a controversial NBA veterans exhibition basketball game against a North Korean team — a trip which has been filled...
Via The Other Paper
January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dennis Rodman sings ‘Happy Birthday’ to Kim Jong Un

He doesn't have the voice of a bird, but it is hard to look away or turn off the speakers when Dennis Rodman sang 'Happy Birthday' to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un prior to a basketball game that Rodman organized in honor of dictator. Rodman, who claims to be 'best friends' with Un, continued his bromance with the man who is accused of atrocities against his own people. Here is...
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January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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