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Dennis Rodman on Draymond Green: “He’d be Eating Out Of My Hands”


Former NBA star and Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman has always been known for not holding back when sharing his opinion, either being back in his playing days or in his retirement.

So we got some very interesting quotes from Dennis as he appeared on ESPN’s First Take on Friday morning, as he answered a lot of questions regarding how his Bulls would match up with the Golden State Warriors of today.

As you would expect Rodman was confident in his team, as he also described what he would do to Draymond Green:

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Kevin Durant would have a hard time with Scottie Pippen. And I don’t know who would guard Michael Jordan on the Warriors. Literally, who? Literally, who? I got no problem handling that Green guy. He’d be eating out of my hands. Draymond, keep getting your teeth straight, honey, and listen to your mama.”

Never the less Rodman still acknowledged Draymond and gave him props for the defender and players he is, but he still thinks it is not enough to make him say the Warriors could challenge his Bulls.

Obviously, his statements will raise some Warriors fans, but they have to accept the truth that “The Worm”, as one of the best defenders and rebounders in the history of the game, knows what he is talking about.

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