Dennis Rodman's Journey: Born in 1961, Dennis Rodman played in the NBA from 1986 to 2000, winning five championships. 

Teams Played For: He played for teams like the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls, leaving a lasting impact. 

Rebounding Expert: Known as "The Worm," Rodman excelled at grabbing rebounds, winning seven NBA rebounding. 

Defensive Skills: His defensive prowess earned him awards, playing a vital role in the Bulls' historic wins. 

Family Details: Dennis Rodman's parents are Shirley and Philander Rodman, Jr. His dad was in the Air Force and fought in the Vietnam War. 

Pistons Success:  Rodman, '86-'93, contributed to Pistons' '89-'90 NBA championships. 

Bulls Impact:  Joined '95/'96, key in historic 70-win season for the Chicago Bulls. 

Post-Basketball:  After retiring in 2000, Rodman explored wrestling and visited North Korea. 

Legacy:  Known for rebounding, pivotal in Bulls' wins, left unique NBA imprint. 

Won Lots of Championships: Rodman won five NBA championships, two with the Detroit Pistons and three with the Chicago Bulls. 

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