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    I loved the rainbow style.


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    I understand that Rodman is thisclose to joining the ranks of the "homeless"! Well, a fool and his money soon part......and Rodman was as big a fool as you can get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    This here is the video of Rodman grabbing 34 rebounds against Pacers in 1992.

    Now, fans are waiting for Rudy's 30+.


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    Lol Rodman kicking Rick Smith's ass ^^


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    Quote Originally Posted by addictionary View Post
    Lol Rodman kicking Rick Smith's ass ^^
    Rik Smits, sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VINYLONE View Post
    Rik Smits, sir.
    Thank you. My brain seems to play tricks on me whenever I dig up a 15-20 year old information.


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    Quote Originally Posted by infection View Post
    There was a blatant backcourt violation in there.
    That's what u took away from that. Lol
    Quote Originally Posted by carolinajazz View Post
    ....Rodman was a decent rebounder.....but a puke of a human being. Frankly, I'd rather lose without him than win with him. Had he ever been on the Jazz.....I would disown the team, and delete my profile from this board!
    So which signed or traded player caused CJ to leave. Lol.

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    addictionary invited me to make my contributions to this thread, soooo....



    Best article you'll ever read on Rodman:

    http://skepticalsports.com/the-case-...-rodman-guide/

    It really makes you re-evaluate his value.

    The numbers definitively prove that he was the best rebounder of all time.





    To put Rodman's rebounding in perspective: his best rebounding season was 6 standard deviations higher than the average league leader. Not the average player. The average league leader.



    To put that into further perspective: we all know how no one has ever come close to Stockton's ridiculous 15 APG, yes? Well, Stockton's best passing years are only slightly above 2 standard deviations above the average league leader. What does this mean? It means Rodman's dominance on the boards is 4 standard deviations higher than Stockton's dominance in assists compared to other league leaders.



    No one has ever dominated one aspect of basketball the way Rodman dominated the boards.

    And this stuff is just the tip of the iceberg of this article. Any "well what about THIS" type questions are very likely discussed in the article if you care enough to look.
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    Derrick Rose's 2015 Playoff stats:

    20.3 points - 6.5 assists - 4.8 rebounds

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    Dennis was an absolute warrior. If I were assembling a team based on who I would want to play with, then Dennis would be on that team.
    [size/HUGE] RUDY [/size]
    juss too much talent. #cakks&pies
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    Brilliant post, spy.


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    team I'd want to play with

    Stockton
    Me (stickin' threes in yr eye)
    Pippen/Kawhi
    Rodman
    Duncan
    [size/HUGE] RUDY [/size]
    juss too much talent. #cakks&pies
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    Quote Originally Posted by spycam1 View Post

    The numbers definitively prove that he was the best rebounder of all time.
    Rodman was NOT even close to being the best rebounder of all time! He was closer to being the most disgusting human being to ever walk the face of this earth....than being the best rebounder of all time! Karl Malone was a much better rebounder than Rodman! In addition to at least 20 other NBA HOF's who were better rebounders, Rodman really only excelled in offensive rebounds and that was because no one ever bothered to cover him since he was an offensive liability of gigantic proportions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinajazz View Post
    Rodman was NOT even close to being the best rebounder of all time! He was closer to being the most disgusting human being to ever walk the face of this earth....than being the best rebounder of all time! Karl Malone was a much better rebounder than Rodman! In addition to at least 20 other NBA HOF's who were better rebounders, Rodman really only excelled in offensive rebounds and that was because no one ever bothered to cover him since he was an offensive liability of gigantic proportions!
    His defensive rebounding was just as impressive. You'd know that if you could read a graph.
    Derrick Rose's 2015 Playoff stats:

    20.3 points - 6.5 assists - 4.8 rebounds

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