Dallas Mavericks: 10 players you forgot played for the team
Dennis Rodman had a brief stint with the Dallas Mavericks
The Last Dance brought Dennis Rodman back into the spotlight, so fans may now remember him finishing his career with the Mavs. He is the perfect candidate for this list, though.
Rodman was a two-time All-Star and won two rings playing for the Bad Boys Pistons in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He also won two Defensive Player of the Year awards. Rodman was an outstanding rebounder and could guard all five players on the court.
After a brief stop in San Antonio, the Worm went to Chicago where he won three more NBA championships playing with Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. He was a key piece in their run and played a prominent role in the hit documentary.
Rodman joined the Lakers for the lockout-shortened 1999 season. He was waived before the playoffs began, though.
A 38-year-old Rodman joined the Mavericks in Feb. of 2000. They were looking for a spark to boost ticket sales. By mid-March, he was gone. The stint only lasted 12 games and would be the final stop in Dennis Rodman’s Hall of Fame career. Fans can read more about his time in Dallas here.
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