Dennis Rodman once dumped practice with the Chicago Bulls in the 1998 NBA Finals — to grapple with Hulk Hogan in World Championship Wrestling.
The ostentatious corridor of-famer “took an alternate route” during Game 3 to star in WCW’s “Nitro” close by the Hulk and others, as delineated in the last scene of “The Last Dance” Sunday night.
“I wasn’t attempting to do anything,” Rodman said on the hit docuseries, as indicated by Fox News. “I was simply attempting to play ball, party, da, f–k all the young ladies. Simply be me, Dennis. I think [former Buls coach] Phil [Jackson] understood that I expected to consistently do me, simply go do what I do.”
The Bulls proceeded to topple the Utah Jazz, 4-2. Rodman was sneaked out the back after training in front of Game 4 to stay away from the media over the PR disaster.
Rodman’s off-court shows were chronicled in ESPN’s “The Last Dance,” a 10-section arrangement highlighting Michael Jordan and the Bulls’ 1997-’98 season — and the forward’s notorious 48-hour mid-season “excursion” to Las Vegas.
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