Dennis Rodman changed his mind Wednesday and decided not to retire from professional basketball after all. The NBA's most outrageous player posted a message on his Website announcing his un-retirement, and his agent, Dwight Manley, confirmed that Rodman wants to return to basketball. "OK, so here's the deal," Rodman's message began. "I've had some long discussions with the people I love, the ones whose opinions matter most to me, and I've decided not to retire after all." Rodman, 37, announced his retirement on Tuesday as rumors spread that he was about to be traded from the Chicago Bulls to the New York Knicks. "I've been reviewing my options," Rodman wrote, "and those options still include playing in the NBA this season with a contender. Chicago, New York and L.A. are all cities I'd like to play in. Playing overseas could be pretty cool, too."
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