Monday, August 15, 2011

Dennis Rodman induced to NBA Hall of Fame

Figure former power forward Dennis Rodman lived a very special day to show the human side and sentimental during the act of introducing a new member of the Hall of Fame Basketball joining of the great legends of sport basket.

Along with Rodman, nine members, among whom were such figures as Chris Mullin, the eight-time NBA champion, Tom "Satch" Sanders, Artis Gilmore and Lithuanian Arvydas Sabonis, also lived his big night of consecration.

Rodman, who was the last to give his speech, again surprised, but this time not because of his eccentricities, has starred in some quite the contrary to show the human side and sentimental a person who suffered since childhood.

The former player of the Detroit Pistons, his first professional team that won two league titles, was grateful to his coaches and apologized to his family for the defects.

Rodman, who during the speech had to stop talking to the emotion does not betray him, said he regretted not being a better parent, and praised his coaches for being a father to him after his own left when I was a kid and then never had a relationship with him.

The winner of five championship rings in the NBA, which used two costumes for the event, said his appearance was all an element of "illusion," he liked because he's funny.

Rodman thanked Commissioner David Stern, and the community in the NBA, if only for allowing him to be in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall building of Fame.


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