This thread is about our ex-Pistons from years gone by, but let's start with the best dressed bride of the bunch, Dennis Rodman. Will the Worm get the hook? Technically the Worms last year in the NBA was the 99/00 season with Dallas. The HOF rule is that the player “must be fully retired for five years before being eligible for Enshrinement”. He can be considered for Enshrinement in the sixth year of retirement, or in Rodman’s case, next year. Then the nomination process begins. “A Nomination Packet consists of a completed nomination form procured from the BHOF, and news clippings, magazine articles or other informative, factual data about the candidate,” (This is where Rodmans wedding dress fiasco may cause the envelop to be re-sealed). The "packet" then lands on the desk of the BHOF President, John L. Doleva. Doleva then passes the material through a crack in the wall behind his desk where it lands in a stall of the mens room occupied by the “Screening Committee.” The “Screening Committee”, is seven folk sucking down java while telling lies about their last fishing trip to Canada. For Rodman to get past this nefarious group, five out’a the seven have to give him a . That’s when he lands in the lap of the Honors Committee. The “Honors Committee” is like the Supreme Court of the NBA. It’s loaded with 24 individuals who get to decide on Rodmans place in history. He has to get 18 up votes to be Enshrined. Rodmans run, the cat picked 27th by Detroit back in 1986 was the most tireless blue collar player of his era. An actual human piston. He finished his career with 5 NBA Championship rings, more than any other Piston in the history of the franchise. He made the all-defensive first team 7 times and the all defensive second team once. He was twice on the all NBA 3rd team. Twice he was voted Defensive Player of the Year. He was an All-Star twice. His board work (13.1 lifetime average) makes him the all time NBA leader with 7 consecutive rebounding titles. His scoring average was just over 7 ppg. Was he just a great role player, in the right place at the right time? How does his capacity of worming his way into the opposing teams psyche get graded? Who can he best be compared to that is either in or out of the BHOF? Is this guy a HOF guy?