First Michael Jordan, now Dennis Rodman. The colorful, seven-time National Basketball Association rebounding leader has decided to retire, his agent said Tuesday. “He doesn’t want to play,” Dwight Manley said. “He wants to go into the sports and entertainment field. Some people have convinced him that he wants to become a movie star.” Manley said the Chicago Bulls forward gave him the news Tuesday afternoon over the telephone. Manley, miffed at his star client’s decision, said, “I’m not going to represent him anymore.” He also refused to predict whether Rodman would change his mind, but said his decision to stop representing him “is irreversible.”

  • Throwing a big question mark on whether or not he really will retire, Rodman told Fox Sports News on Tuesday night: “I’m not going to play this year. I am in limbo, but I’m not going to say I’m retired.”
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