It's common for players to come from an impoverished background, so they're quick to dip into their newly deepened pockets to style on people and show off their personal flair. Having more money than you know what to do with, and wanting to make an impression on people, NBA players can be known to trick out a ride - often times to the car's detriment.
We take a look at 10 Dope and Crazy Cars Owned By NBA Players.
Dennis Rodman’s career, and life, has been riddled with controversy, so naturally he’s a great fit to be a spokesperson for a new brand of vodka. Taking a cue from his days as a Detroit Piston, the vodka is called Bad Boy Vodka.
As part of his “humanitarian” efforts, Dennis Rodman joined VICE and the Harlem Globetrotters on a trip to North Korea, a country that is stingy on admitting Americans because of diplomatic relations. During the North Korea Basketball Tour, Rodman spent some time with despot, and leader of the nation, Kim Jong-un, who was a fan of the 90s-era Chicago Bulls.