Dennis Rodman has a message for the Miami Heat: “Bow Down bishes!”
Veteran Chicago Bulls player Dennis Rodman has his panties all in a bunch about Miami Heat baller LeBron James and his “dreamteam” members Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade.
Ms. Rodman aired out the three ballers, who are currently well on their way to defend their 2012 NBA Championship title in the 2013 NBA Finals, saying that he’s had enough of LeBron being compared to his former teammate and NBA legend Michael Jordan because there’s no comparison.
On LeBron James being comapred to Michael Jordan:
“It’s really not a comparison. If LeBron was playing in the late ’80s and early ’90s, he would be just an average player. To do what Michael has done…what he did was more charisma, there was more articulating and stuff like that. LeBron is more like…there’s no flash to his game. He’s a great player, don’t get me wrong, he’s a hell of player, I’ll give him that. But to me Scottie [Pippen] and Michael [Jordan] are probably the two best one-two punches I’ve ever seen.”
The babbling ex-baller then went on to proclaim that if Michael were LeBron’s age playing in today’s NBA he’d average 40 points per game before criticizing the whiny attitude of today’s players.
On the difference between the NBA in the 90s and the NBA today:
“LeBron came into the age of the game at a perfect time. Michael came into the game when back then you could hit people, knock him down, shoot a free throw and get back up. And LeBron can’t do that. All they do today is b**ch about a foul. All they do is b***h.”
“I’m just sick and tired of people comparing (James) to Michael Jordan. It’s a whole different era, man.”
Despite the fact that he does sound like a babbling bitter ex-baller, Rodman does make some good points. Hit the flip to hear what he had to say about Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade.