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Former Bulls forward Dennis Rodman made an appearance on stage with Pearl Jam, picking Vedder up in his arms at one point. Fitting the character that Rodman is, he was wearing a No. 91 Rodman Bulls jersey.

Dennis Rodman net worth and salary: Dennis Rodman is a retired American professional basketball player who has a net worth of -$1 million dollars. Dennis Rodman was born on May 13, 1961 in Trenton, New Jersey. Rodman is believed to be the oldest of his father's 47 children. That is not a typo. And if that's not crazy enough, Dennis' dad was ironically named Philander. Dennis entered the NBA draft in 1986 and was the 3rd pick of the second round by the Detroit Pistons. He played for the Pistons until 1993 then spent time with The San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks. Dennis Rodman was known as much for his incredible rebounding ability and aggressive style, as for his flamboyant and controversial off-court behavior. He won five NBA championships, was a two time NBA all-star and a seven time NBA rebounding chapion.

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Former Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman arrives at the Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony in Springfield, Mass., on Friday night, Aug. 12, 2011. (Stephan Savoia)

Financial Problems:
On March 27, 2012 Dennis Rodman appeared in court to face charges that he owes over $800,000 in child support to an ex wife. Rodman's lawyers claim that the former superstar is completely broke and cannot pay a dime. If that's not bad enough, keep in mind that during his NBA career, Rodman earned just under $29 million in salary alone. He earned additional millions from endorsements, book sales, appearances fees and more.