While most good rebounders go up strong with solid fundamentals in terms of body positioning and reaching at one’s peak, that wasn’t Dennis Rodman’s game. He was unique in all areas of his life, and his rebounding was no different. With amazing body control and a basketball IQ rarely matched, Rodman was able to out-rebound every player of his generation. He averaged 13.1 rebounds per game in his career, leading the league in that category seven straight seasons. These six images show how crazy athletic Rodman was when pursuing a rebound. Nobody had better body control and nobody had a stronger desire to secure the rebound than The Worm. This miniature backboard features six athletic poses as he gets ready to beat out all others for the ball. The centerpiece of this miniature backboard is the autograph that sits in the middle of the shooter’s square. An actual breakaway rim is attached to the backboard to give it a scaled version of an actual backboard. A solid silver frame gives the piece the look of a classy memorabilia piece and gives the full piece a measurement of 30.5″ x 18.5″. Please note that this is not a toy. It should not be played with. The autograph is signed in paint pen with a thin 1/16″ layer of acrylic covering the piece to protect the signature. Rodman has autographed this “Cleaning Up The Glass” backboard in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.