Dennis Rodman is unlike any other human being we've ever seen in the past. To say that he is one-of-a-kind would be a complete understatement.

The Hall of Famer took part in Sunday's All-Star festivities as he was part of the NBA's Top 75 all-time players that were honored at halftime of the All-Star Game. Rodman did a little photobombing with LeBron James, Stephen Curry, and a few other legends on stage to take a photo, and for some reason, the Chicago Bulls icon decided to throw away his Top 75 jacket right before taking the picture (h/t NBA on TNT on Twitter):

Fellow Banana Boat crew members Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony were also in the picture, and they all seemed to be laughing at Rodman wandering over to join them. Ray Allen was also part of the group, and it seems that he even motioned for Rodman to get the coat he threw on the floor for the picture. Even LeBron took notice of Rodman's act as he too pointed to the jacket on the ground. The 60-year-old did not seem to care at all as he preferred to get photographed in his hoodie instead while almost wandering around aimlessly on the outskirts of this photo.

Much has been made about how a number of NBA icons were snubbed from the Top 75 list despite their accomplishments in their respective careers. Those who were selected all spoke highly about the honor of being part of this esteemed list. Dennis Rodman, on the other hand, just decided to casually toss his jacket to the floor. Classic Dennis.