Dennis Rodman was one of the key players in the second three-peat of the Chicago Bulls, according to B.J Armstrong.
Armstrong, former Bulls point guard, believes Chicago would not have won three straight titles for a second time, if it was not for Rodman.
“The thing I always admired about Dennis was he was a very, very intelligent player, and after all of the hair colors and semantics and all those things, underneath that was a really, really good basketball player, very fundamentally sound.
And I would argue that it would have been very difficult for the Bulls to win without him, because it’s hard to win when you don’t have bigs who can play with the physicality that’s necessary to win at a championship level. And Dennis could meet the challenge,” Armstrong said, via Fox Sports.