28 Photos Of Dennis Rodman's Iconic, Ridiculously Colorful Hair

In the 1990s, the Chicago Bulls favorite wasn't afraid to take risks with his dye jobs and wardrobe.

What kid wasn’t a Dennis Rodman fan in the ’90s? Even if you weren’t following the Chicago Bulls’ godlike six-championship run (Rodman was there for three of them), you couldn’t avoid hearing about the rebounding forward’s hijinks off the court: his wedding dress wearing-ways; his technicolor, ever-changing hair; a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it marriage to Carmen Electra; memoirs in which he wrote insane Joe Exotic-esque things like:

“I have this fantasy that I can live my life like a tiger in the jungle―eating whatever I want, having sex whenever I want, and roaming around butt naked, wild and free...It sounds difficult and complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Everything you need to set yourself free is right there inside you.”

Michael Jordan would never. Rodman’s wild ways play a part in “The Last Dance,” ESPN’s new 10-part docuseries about MJ and the 1990s Chicago Bulls (the first two episodes premiered Sunday). The gameplay on the court is the main attraction, but the footage of Rodman and his increasingly ridiculous dye jobs promises to be just as entertaining.

Below, we take a look at some of the star’s most iconic 1990s hair moments.

1
1991
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Then-Detroit Pistons player Dennis Rodman's haircut featured the words "Trilogy III" shaved on the back of his head, shown here during a game against the Boston Celtics. Rodman was referencing the team's bid for a third straight NBA championship (they fell short).
2
January 1993
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Rodman left the Pistons for the San Antonio Spurs; here he sported a blonde dye job.
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June 1994
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Rodman attended the MTV Movie Awards in Culver City, California.
4
1995
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One of Rodman's 'dos while still a Spur.
5
September 1995
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Rodman attended the MTV Video Music Awards in New York City.
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September 1995
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Rodman appeared on "Courthouse," a CBS-TV legal drama series.
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December 1995
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Rodman, now a Chicago Bulls forward, is shown pulling down a rebound -- his specialty -- against the New York Knicks.
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April 1996
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Rodman during a game against New Jersey Nets.
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June 1996
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Chicago Bulls megastar Michael Jordan sought to calm Rodman after the forward was called for a technical foul for abusive language in a game against the Seattle SuperSonics.
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August 1996
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Rodman gives David Letterman a new look on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
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August 1996
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Rodman, dressed in a wedding gown, signed copies of his new book "Bad As I Wanna Be" at a Barnes and Noble store in Manhattan.
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April 1996
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Rodman points out a position to a teammate in a Bulls' game against the Washington Bullets.
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September 1996
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Rodman arriving at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York City.
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December 1996
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Rodman during a game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
15
1997
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Rodman starred in "Double Team," a film co-starring Jean-Claude Van Damme.
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March 1997
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Rodman during a game against the Knicks.
17
January 1999
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Rodman with Elane Lancaster at an event at Club Liquid in Miami.
18
March 1997
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Rodman attending the Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
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June 1997
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Rodman having a "talk" with an official in the NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz. The Jazz won this game, but the Bulls went on the claim the title, the team's fifth during the '90s.
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December 1997
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Rodman had a new 'do to show off during a game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
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February 1998
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Rodman during an interview with late-night TV host Jay Leno.
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May 1998
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Jordan pats Rodman after the forward was called for a technical foul in a playoff game against the Charlotte Hornets.
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June 1998
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Chicago Bulls Ron Harper exchanges fist bumps with Rodman and Scottie Pippen after Rodman sunk two free throws late in the fourth quarter of Game Four of the NBA finals against the Jazz.
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June 1998
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Rodman posed with Hulk Hogan following a press conference to announce that Karl Malone of the Jazz and Rodman would wrestle one another in San Diego at the "Bash At The Beach" professional wrestling extravaganza.
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June 1998
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Rodman gets beer and champagne poured on his head by Jordan and others after the Bulls won their sixth championship during the decade, defeating the Jazz for the second straight year.
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February 1999
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Rodman speaking at a press conference accompanied by then-wife Carmen Electra. He confirmed signing a deal to play for the Lakers.
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March 1999
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Rodman during the tail end of his career, as a Laker.
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August 2000
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Rodman attending the RodmanTV.com launch party in Los Angeles.
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