Dennis Rodman, Michael Jordan, and Scottie Pippen are one of the most famous big threes in NBA history. Dennis Rodman joined the Bulls in the 1995-96 season after the Bulls lost to the Magic in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals.
Rodman was a much-needed addition to the team, as he averaged 15.3 rebounds in his 3 seasons with the Bulls. Dennis Rodman won 3 consecutive championships, from 1996 to 1998, completing the Bulls’ second three-peat.
In the 1997-98 season, Rodman played a major role in the regular-season games, as Scottie Pippen was not playing initially. Rodman contributed a lot to the team, especially defensively alongside Michael Jordan.
Having played with Michael Jordan for 3 seasons, both of these Bulls were great teammates. Though, quite recently, Rodman revealed something that might not sound good to Michael Jordan.
Dennis Rodman never bought a pair of Michael Jordan’s shoes
A recent video from Complex shows Rodman went sneaker shopping. Rodman signed a multi-year deal with Converse in 1997. Dennis bought 3 pairs of shoes and a pair of sliders.
In the end, when Rodman was browsing from a few other options, he noticed a pair of Jordans.
He picked up the kicks and said, “Wow, you know… it’s amazing. I’ve never bought a pair of Jordans in my life. Ain’t that a b***h. And I used to play with this f**king guy, right?”