Dennis Rodman is known for his crazy antics off the court. But he is known to be a bully on the court and to be a rebounding stud, which led to his glorious career in the NBA.
Rodman started off with the Pistons and played with the Chicago Bulls, too. Those are the two places where he is most notable of playing for.
In Detroit now, the Pistons have said they will retire the power forward's No. 10 jersey, according to the Associated Press.
Greg Monroe, the team's rookie center, has the No. 10, but will be able to keep it.
What is funny is that Rodman's number will be retired on April Fool's day. Rodman averaged about nine points and 11.5 rebounds per game for Detroit.
He was also a solid defensive player, winning Defensive Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991.