Dennis Rodman doesn't have a problem with gay athletes, but he does suspect they're particularly plentiful in the WNBA.
During an interview about Rodman's Bad Boy Vodka brand, HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill asked him about gay players in the NBA. The basketball star was much more confident taking a guess at the expanse of homosexuality among female players. He said that he wouldn't be surprised if anywhere between 25 percent to 75 percent of WNBA players were lesbians.
"Probably about 50 percent of them are lesbians, right?" Rodman said. "Them damn girls, man, they play like guys. They look like guys."
Rodman was less willing to pinpoint a number for gay NBA players. He did say that gay athletes don't bother him and that he has played with men he assumes are somewhere on the LGBT spectrum.
"I assume a lot of people I know are dipping and dabbling in certain areas, but I don't care," he said. "It could be 10, 15, 25 percent in the NBA that could be bisexual or gay. ... It could be 50 percent. I don't give a damn."
Watch the full interview with Dennis Rodman at HuffPost Live HERE: