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I Should Be Dead By Now Hardcover – Illustrated, September 1, 2005
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Dennis Rodman is a seven-time NBA rebounding champion. The 44-year-old now makes his home in Huntington Beach, California, where he lives with his wife and two children. He has earned a total of 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, '90, '91, '92, '93, '95, '96); and an NBA All-Star twice (1990, '92). In over 900 career NBA games, he has averaged more than seven points and 13 rebounds a game. 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).
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Reality Check: fame sucks.
In other news: language easily accessible, a quick, enjoyable easy read. Book in decent condition after library life.
It's a life that a lot of us would like to live in a vicarious way, I say vicarious because it appears to be a life that I don't think I could handle. In between the stories of what happened, there's a bit of insight into the way the man thinks. He's lived the life that he says he wanted, yet the desparate urge to get back to the NBA comes through. Born in May of 1961, he's now approaching 45 years old. He has to know that there aren't many players in the NBA that are that old. It will be interested to see what he does in future years.
I found the book a mix of sad, funny, and poignant. All you can say is 'good luck.'
Although I frankly doubt it.