RANGE, Calif. -- Former NBA star Dennis Rodman might soon find himself working with at-risk teens or cleaning up streets.
The flamboyant former player known for his rebounding skills and wild, off-court behavior was sentenced Tuesday to 104 hours of community service after being found guilty last year of four counts of contempt for failing to pay child support.
The ruling also placed Rodman, 51, on three years of informal probation on the condition he keep up his child and spousal support payments.
It was the latest development in a series of legal disputes that began in 2004, when Rodman's wife at the time filed for divorce.
Orange County Superior Court Commissioner Barry Michaelson urged Rodman – who wore a black button down shirt and jeans to the family court hearing – to put his basketball skills to good use in his service.
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