Dennis Rodman's agent says the Milwaukee Bucks are interested in signing the 6-foot-8 forward and that "The Worm" is listening.
Rodman is searching for a new team and Milwaukee is under consideration, his Los Angeles-based agent Steven Chasman said.
"I spoke to Milwaukee and they did express interest," Chasman told The Journal Times of Racine. "Dennis and I have talked about playing in Milwaukee and Dennis isn't opposed to doing that. They have a good team and he wants to play for one."
Bucks general manager Ernie Grunfeld said he was happy to hear people want to play for his team.
In other NBA news, the Dallas Mavericks hired Kiki Vandeweghe, 41, as an assistant coach, 19 years after he refused to play for the team. Vandeweghe, who was traded to the Denver Nuggets shortly after the Mavericks selected him 11th overall out of UCLA in 1980, was jeered by Dallas fans throughout his 13-year career.