Dennis Rodman Rumors

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Dennis Rodman
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“I went after rebounds, too,” he said. “That’s part of your job. Him not hunting down those damn rebounds, they wouldn’t be on this win streak they’re on. You could say Moses Malone hunted rebounds, that he threw the ball up off the glass to get offensive rebounds. Social media, Twitter, and a lot of sportswriters who really don’t know the game have access to players. I tell you what – Beal likes playing with him. He’s not taking away from Beal. Beal’s still getting 30 points a night. Fat Lever (10th all-time in career triple-doubles, with 43) played with Danny Schayes and Blair Rassumussen and all those guys. I bet you Westbrook wouldn’t stop Dennis Rodman from leading the league in rebounding. Rebounding is about contact, especially if you’re offensive rebounding.” Added Walker, “You can’t be selfish getting triple-doubles. You would be doing him a disservice as a coach if you told him not to be aggressive. If he doesn’t play hard, he’s not a good basketball player.”
Washington State forward Trinity Rodman, daughter of Bulls legend Dennis Rodman, has registered for Wednesday’s NWSL Draft. She is one of 50 prospects to do so. It’s the culmination of a stellar youth career for Rodman, who has made waves on every level she has played. She entered Washington State the No. 1 recruit in the nation in 2020, and notably led Team USA to a CONCAF Women’s Under-20 championship last March, notching two goals in the title game.
Stewart hauled in 15 rebounds in his first two games with the Pistons with a handful more coming Friday in a win over the Boston Celtics. Of his 20 total rebounds to this point, 12 have come on the offensive end of the floor with his activity and positioning reminding head coach Dwane Casey of a former Pistons legend and Hall of Famer. “He is a young Dennis Rodman type,” Casey said this week. “I’m not going to call him Dennis Rodman but that type of mentality of going and getting the ball. He is active. He doesn’t stop just because you box him out. He continues to move and move his feet in a legal way. A lot of times, young players will grab and hold, he does it with his feet and his intensity. It’s great to see, that’s who he is.”