Rodman to coach topless team in NYC
Dennis Rodman is bouncing back into basketball, this time as a coach for a topless women's team he is launching for Headquarters Gentlemen's Club, the New York mammary mecca.
The NBA bad boy dreamed up the team after hearing that rival strip joint Rick's Cabaret launched a league with former Atlanta Hawk Spud Webb, who runs the Texas Legends, an NBA Development League team.
Rodman even is challenging Rick's Cabaret's topless team to a charity game.
"I don't know too many men that don't like a good-looking woman running up and down around the court," Rodman said.
Rodman, who said he has been a Headquarters customer for more than 30 years, is currently scouting for talent. He will be holding auditions soon at the jiggle joint for girls over 5'10" (1.78 meters) to join the team.
"You don't have to have too much experience, just know how to throw the ball into the hole," was his advice to hopefuls.
Rodman launched his team effort after Rick's Cabaret announced in November that it formed Rick's Basketball Association to cheer up forlorn NBA fans during the lockout. Teams popped up in several cities, but the league was disbanded when the lockout ended, and Webb is now back at his regular job.
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