Dennis Rodman Was Getting A Beej During This InterviewS

Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Dennis Rodman multitasks. Really.

Dennis Rodman joined 790 the Ticket in Miami on the Jorge Sedano Show to talk about the struggles of the Heat this season, why things worked with him, Michael Jordan, and Scottie Pippen in Chicago, and he had a few surprises for the show host as well.

On fans freaking out about the Heat:
"Well that's the choice. Me, Michael, and Scottie, we did one thing honey. The big three? Where's the big three at?"

On the struggles of the Heat:
"The Miami Heat right? You know what? There's a reason that LeBron can't accept, Dwyane Wade can't accept, and (Chris) Bosh can't accept the fact that you know what? I love that Michael, Scottie, and Dennis Rodman got along. They can't get it together. That's the main thing, they can't get it together. Other teammates cannot adjourn to these people and that's the main thing. If you see LeBron's face and the way he walks on the court all the time—What are you doing? What are you doing? This girl is really active. Oh my Lord she's going at it right now dude."

On sports being weird right now:
"Guess what? They want Pat Riley to be the coach. I think that as professional players that are making 300 something million dollars should do one thing, control that team and they're not doing that. When me, Michael, and Scottie, we did one thing honey, we made less than 100 million dollars a year and we won stuff brother. Right now I think today's sports is really weird."

This post, written by Chris Fedor, appears courtesy of Sports Radio Interviews. For the complete highlights of the interview, as well as audio, click here.

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