Dennis Rodman's wife when he was playing for the Detroit Pistons was not publicly known to have cheated on him. Rodman was married to Anicka "Annie" Bakes from 1992 to 1993, while he played for the Pistons from 1986 through 1993.
There were no substantiated reports found that Anicka cheated on him (though some individuals allege she may have had affairs with some un-named Detroit Pistons players), but there are reports stating that he had been unfaithful to her and that they had domestic problems, including some physical abuse. She wrote a book about their seven year relationship, called Worse Than He Says He Is: White Girls Don't Bounce.
Rodman went on to marry Carmen Electra from November 14, 1998 to April 6, 1999 and Michelle Moyer from May 2003 to 2012. Neither of them are believed to have cheated on him either.
Rodman retired from basketball in 2006, but has had a small acting career since the late 1990's. In January 2013, it was announced that Dennis Rodman helped coordinate and develop the card-based video game Big Win Basketball by Hothead Games. The game's currently available for iPhone/iPod Touch or Google Play.
Rodman has recently supported his ex-wife Carmen Electra by saying that he believes she will make her new boyfriend Simon Cowell happy.