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Dennis Rodman’s Hall of Fame campaign hits Facebook and Twitter

We here at PistonPowered have certainly made no secret that we think Dennis Rodman is as Hall of Fame-worthy as it gets, but someone else out there is doing more than just blogging about it.

One Rodman fan out there has started Facebook and Twitter campaigns to raise awareness of Rodman’s Hall worthiness and, hopefully, get the vindictive writers keeping him out to support him.

Rodman’s Hall inclusion is one of few things in the world fans of the Pistons and Bulls can agree on. Yahoo!’s Kelly Dwyer, a known Bulls fan, offered his support for Rodman yesterday:

Jokes about his off-court silliness aside, if Rodman doesn’t make the Basketball Hall of Fame, then you can pretty much forever sign off the entire foundation altogether, if you haven’t done so outright. One musn’t speak ill of the dead, but goodness gracious sakes alive, look at this list of players and NCAA coaches already in the Hall. For this place to pass over on inducting the greatest rebounder in the game’s history just because he embarrasses the heck (on court, or off) out of just about everyone he comes in contact with is beyond ridiculous.

If the Pistons do the right thing and retire his No. 10 (sorry Greg Monroe), that would be a step in the right direction in getting Rodman enshrined as he should be.

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  • Dec 16, 20106:04 pm
    by gmehl1977

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    The man grabbed like 25% of available rebounds while he was on the court. That is just totally astonishing. You can only imagine how great a team would of been defensively with Deniss Rodman–SF, Rasheed Wallace-PF & Ben Wallace-C would of been.

  • Dec 21, 20105:08 am
    by bones palanca

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    Hi!

    Great Post! I do hope that both the Bulls fans and the Pistons Fans will lend their voice in getting Rodman inducted. He is arguably the greatest rebounder ever and is unquestionably the greatest rebounder of his age.

    I hope everyone will join the cause.

  • Dec 21, 20105:13 am
    by bones palanca

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    Hi!

    Great Post! I do hope that both the Bulls fans and the Pistons Fans will lend their voice in getting Rodman inducted. He is arguably the greatest rebounder ever and is unquestionably the greatest rebounder of his age.

    I hope everyone will join the cause. I’ll link your blog.

  • Jan 5, 20119:23 pm
    by JASON NOLASCO

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    D-HOT SHOT RODMAN WAS THE BADDEST!

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