Year: 1992
Rebounds, like free throws, are things you need to win basketball games but aren't quite as flashy as tomahawk dunks or buzzer-beating three-pointers. That is, unless it's Dennis Rodman throwing bicycle kicks and elbows to clean up the glass. The Pistons forward snagged an unbelievable 34 rebounds in an overtime game against the Pacers. His 16 offensive rebounds were especially appropriate because, if there's one thing the incredibly crazy Rodman needed, it was second chances.