Dennis appeared as a guest on The Howard Stern Show on Thursday, January 4, 2007.
He led the NBA in rebounding (15.0 RPG) in 1997-98 for a record seventh consecutive season.
Dennis recorded his first career triple-double, with 10 points, 21 rebounds and 10 assists, against the 76ers on January 16, 1996.
Dennis grabbed 11,954 rebounds in his NBA career, including 1000+ in 5 seasons (1990-94 and 1997-98).
Dennis' career high in points in a game was 34 vs. Denver on January 2, 1991 with the Pistons.
He posted a 1996-97 season-high of 16 points (8-11 FG) and 26 rebounds in a 116-101 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on January 10, 1997.
He grabbed a 1997-98 season-high 29 rebounds, adding 6 points and 5 assists, against the Atlanta Hawks on December 27, 1997.
Dennis shares the NBA Finals record with 11 offensive rebounds in a game, achieving the feat twice during the 1996 NBA Finals with the Bulls.
Dennis grabbed the 10,000th rebound of his career against the Washington Bullets on January 14, 1997.
In 911 career NBA games, Rodman averaged; 7.3 points per game, 1.8 assists per game and 13.1 rebounds per game. In 169 playoff games he averaged; 6.4 PPG, 1.2 APG and 9.9 RPG.
Rodman released an autobiography in 2005 called "I Should Be Dead By Now," written with Jack Isenhour.
Rodman appeared in the movies; "Double Team", "Simon Sez," and "Cutaway."
Rodman was named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team in 1989–93, 1995, and 1996.
He was named to the All-NBA Third Team in 1992 and 1995.
Dennis was a two-time NBA All-Star in 1990 and 1992.
He was named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team in 1994.
He had the NBA Top Field Goal Percentage in 1989.
Rodman played in the NBA from 1986 to 2000.
He was awarded as the NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991.
Rodman was 27th overall draft pick in 1986 by the Detroit Pistons.
Attended college at Southeastern Oklahoma State.
Dennis was best known for his defensive and rebounding ability on the court.
Named president of the Lingerie Bowl in 2005.
Wrestled a few matches for WCW - was a member of the nWo.
In his first match he teamed with Hollywood Hogan and lost to Lex Luger and the Giant.
Was traded to the San Antonio Spurs in the off season of the 1992-1993 season. Was traded for Sean Elliot.
During his NBA Career, he played for five teams; Detroit Pistons, San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls and Dallas Mavericks.
Married to Michelle and has two children - although he and his wife live in seperate houses!
Daughter Alexis (B) 1989
Rodman is 6'8" and weighs 210 lb.
Dennis: Chemistry is a class you take in high school, or college, where you learn that 2 + 2 = 10... or something.
Dennis: I say I'm Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin all wrapped up into one. If I die early ... I'll be just like those guys.
Rodman: When a high-profile personality lives like I do, everybody thinks that person is fated to die young.
Rodman: This life is like a swimming pool. You dive into the water, but you can't see how deep it is.
Rodman: The people at the top of the league think they need to rein me in so I don't become another Michael Jordan, somebody they aren't able to mold and shape and make their puppet.
Rodman: The only time I'd played organized basketball was my sophomore year in high school, when I barely made the junior varsity team.
Rodman: The one thing I do that nobody else does is jump three and four times for one rebound.
Rodman: The NBA's chosen ones think I'm setting a bad example? I think they need to look around and stop taking themselves so seriously.
Rodman: The NBA believes if you play for a team and get paid by a team, you're the property of that team for 24 hours a day.
Rodman (about how his life outside of basketball made him a different person): The life I was leading was changing me into someone I didn't even know.
Rodman: Sometimes I'm not even satisfied when I got 6 points and 22 rebounds, because I'm always looking to do more.
Rodman: Maybe my life isn't great. We don't have all the answers. Look at it from my side.
Rodman: I've got to give Larry Bird his due; he was a great player. He knew the game and he was smart.
Rodman: I'm hungrier than those other guys out there. Every rebound is a personal challenge.
Rodman: I went from five foot eleven to six foot eight, and the more ball I played, the more I caught on to the game.
Rodman: I want to do for rebounds what Michael Jordan did for dunks.
Rodman: I understand what rappers are talking about. I think rap is less about educating people about the black community and more about making money.
Rodman: I only weigh 220, so I have to do something to keep from being tossed around by all the guys who weigh 250 and more. I train hard, but I don't try to get too big.
Rodman (about playing hard every game): I go out there and get my eyes gouged, my nose busted, my body slammed. I love the pain of the game.
Rodman: I don't fit into the mold of the NBA man, and I think I've been punished financially for it.
Rodman: I can score 20 points if I want to, but that's not my desire.
Rodman: For years the league (NBA) has thought I've been on drugs. I would have burned out a long time ago if that was true.
Rodman: A player dreams of being a superstar, but he doesn't want people flocking all over him asking for an autograph.