The time Dennis Rodman played for the Tijuana Dragons

The superstar of the 90s participates in the ABA League

The Chicago Bulls team of the 90s is considered one of the most talented teams in the history of the sport with 3 great players: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis "The Worm" Rodman who will go down in history as one of the best basketball players of all time.

All of them are already retired from the sport, Michael Jordan retired in 2003, Scottie Pippen in 2008 and Dennis Rodman in 2000, but 5 years after his retirement from the NBA he would return to the sport now as a foreign player in the ABA league playing for the Tijuana Dragons.

According to some media in Tijuana, Dennis Rodman arrived to the team in November 2005 and stayed there playing in 10 games. During those games, Rodman dueled against other players in the league who gave the professional league veteran his well-deserved respect and vice versa as he says he "felt proud" to have participated and that the feeling was very different from what he was used to.

But not everything was fun and games for "The Worm" as he is known as someone with extreme opinions and attitudes off the field, not everyone liked his visit. There were times when he suffered cases of vandalism to his truck and his shoes were stolen.

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