Dennis Rodman found ways to express himself as a player. He changed his hair color, pierced his face and dated celebrities. 

But can you imagine what his reputation would have been like with social media?

"I'd be a billionaire, straight up," Rodman says. "People know me as to be a party guy, the exciting guy, the unpredictable guy, the what is he gonna do next? Who's he gonna date or marry next? I was so accepted at that time in my career, in the mid-90s and early-2000s, if i had that, oh Lord."

It's not exactly like Rodman has avoided social media as a retired player. He has roughly 325,000 Twitter followers and he uses the platform to voice his opinion about basketball, culture and of course, politics -- specifically on Donald Trump and North Korea.

But Rodman claims he keeps his social media activity controlled.

"I'm not the type of guy that is so visible these days," he says. "I like to be on the beach more than anything, relax, have a good time, smoke a cigar and see my kids grow up and pass the baton. It's their turn."

Rodman spoke to ThePostGame in April before a Thuzio discussion with Tiki Barber in New York City. The Basketball Hall of Fame member played for the Pistons, Spurs, Bulls, Lakers and Mavericks in 14 NBA seasons.

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