Dennis Rodman is at it again — and now he wants the Knicks coaching job

Rodman is one of the best rebounders ever, but may not be coaching material.
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Dennis Rodman is hardly known for keeping personal conversations to intimate spaces, which is why it was no surprise that he started lobbying for the Knicks head coaching job on Twitter after the blue and orange fired its coach, Derek Fisher, on Monday.

Rodman played for Phil Jackson as a member of the Bulls during their three championship runs from 1995-96 to 1997-98. But it’s probably safe to say the man who changes his hair color even more than Fisher did his night-to-night lineups won’t be heading up the Knicks’ bench any time soon.

Sorry, Dennis.