At halftime of the Pistons/Bulls game in Auburn Hills on April 1, the Pistons will retire the #10 jersey of Dennis Rodman, who averaged 8.8 PPG and 11.5 RPG in 549 games as a Piston.
He won the Defensive Player of the Year award in 1990 and 1991, and helped the Pistons win back-to-back titles in '89 and '90.
Pistons rookie Greg Monroe currently wears #10 but will be allowed to keep it.
A fitting tribute for a great playing career, even if the guy was nutty as a fruitcake. It's also fitting that it should happen when the Bulls are in town. I wonder if Chicago will follow suit in the future.
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Webber does have a good reason to lie. If he pocketed several hundred thousand dollars illegally, that means it was money not reported to the government. Personally, I'd rather take my shot against a perjury charge than have the IRS go after me.