Dennis Rodman is a seven-time NBA rebounding champion. He earned five NBA championships rings in his 14-year career: 1989 and '90 with the Detroit Pistons and 1996, '97, and '98 with the Chicago Bulls. He has also been named Defensive Player of the Year twice (1990, '91); All-NBA Third Team twice (1992, '95); All-Defensive First Team seven times (1989-92, '93, '95, '96); and an NBA All-Star twice (1990, '92). In 2011, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Rodman is the author of two other books: Bad As I Wanna Be (1994), a New York Times bestseller that reached #1; and Walk on the Wild Side (1997).