Saad Yousuf is a staff writer for The Athletic covering the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, and Dallas Stars.
After winning a championship with the Chicago Bulls in 1998, Dennis Rodman closed out his NBA career two years later with the Dallas Mavericks, a team that had been the laughing stock of the league for quite some time. It was a short, strange period during which Rodman lived in new team owner Mark Cuban's guest house and attracted unusual groups of fans to games. The Athletic's Saad Yousuf joins us to discuss how and why Rodman ended up with one of the league's worst teams and the bizarre way in which his career came to an end.Read Saad Yousuf and Tim Cato's oral history of Dennis Rodman's time in Dallas:
 A reporter goes undercover to try out for a G League Basketball team, and let’s just say it does not go well. The Athletic’s Saad Yousuf recounts his hilarious experience trying out for the Texas Legends, a developmental affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks.And The Athletic’s Marcus Thompson reflects on the remarkable career of Shaun Livingston, who overcame a catastrophic knee injury and won three NBA championships. Livingston retired last week.What’s an NBA G League tryout like? I tried out (undercover) for the Texas Legends to find out of stardom, Shaun Livingston created something more profound
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