Who does Ron think he is? Rodman? He's having things etched in the back of his head, like the Bull that Rodman had.
Before the ever-changing color hair, before the tattoos and the piercings, this is the wildest thing Dennis Rodman would do (1990-1992). At that time, he used to buzz "Wild Thing" into the back of his hair in various different patterns. The Pistons even marketed him that way. I'm not sure if this is in every NBA city, but the Pistons do these features which are very low budget, and extremely popular, setting players highlights to a song. For instance, the Pistons put their 2002-03 highlights "Lose Yourself" by Eminem. In the verse each time it comes around "This opportunity comes once in a lifetime" it shows Tayshaun Prince in his first start, Ben Wallace starting in his first All-Star Game, and Rip Hamilton playing in his first playoff game. So they are a little cheesy, but the energy of the music and the highlights is unexpectedly effective to fans.
This is a long round-about way of saying that the Pistons made one of these videos with Dennis Rodman highlights playing "Wild Thing" by the Troggs.
But this is about Ron Artest, and all I can say is that I have already seen this. Come up with something new that doesn't get you suspended for a season.
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