Bad as I Wanna Be

Bad as I Wanna Be

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Bad As I Wanna Be 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. It told a true story and it was well written. It was my favorite biography i have read yet! The book tells about his struggles throughout life and all the stereotypes he has been given. A MUST READ!
Guest More than 1 year ago
As BAd as I Wanna Be written by Dennis Rodman and Tim Keown. Is an interview about Dennis' life, all through out Rodman's life he has struggled to do better for him self but it's not easy for a man who lives in the getto. Dennis finally found what he wanted to do after his sisters told him to try out basketball and use the hieght he had as an advantage. Dennis takes their advise and he notices things he never could do like dunk or rebound the ball so easilly. I think that the people who think that Dennis is not worth the time should read this book and judge him by the book and not by its cover. I think that peolpe will finally understand him and they will feel diffrent about him.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unlike you would expect, Dennis Rodman gives us a mystical adventure about his life. From his 'Bad Boys' days in Detroit to a big disaster in San Antonio, then accepting what the Chicago Bulls had to offer. Rodman also tells about a six month relationship with Madonna, and chapters about serious issues in the NBA, and life today. All I can say is that Rodman don't tell no bull.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dennis is probably the most misinterpreted individual in the NBA. Im a big time basketball fan and was pretty skeptical of reading this book, but after picking it up I could not put it down. I came to realize that this guy (Rodman) is just the same as many of us...unfortunate for him, he's in the spot light.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think that this book is an absolute masterpiece. The way that they word things is very explanitory and I really enjoyed it. Plus Rodman Rules.