The four most selfless superstars in the NBA

The first person to earn Rodman's admiration was Rick Mahorn, a former member of the Detroit Pistons Bad Boys. Mahorn, known for his toughness, mentored Rodman in the NBA.

Mahorn instilled a tough mentality in him off the court and stood up for him on the court, helping Rodman establish himself as a two-time Defensive Player of the Year. 

The second person was Chuck Daly, the head coach of the Pistons. Daly made Rodman feel loved and taught him how to be a professional player. 

The third person was Michael Jordan, whom Rodman admired as a brother. Jordan gave Rodman a job opportunity with the Chicago Bulls, and Rodman became a crucial member of the team's second three-peat.