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A person may wonder how Dirk Nowitzki has changed life He is more than one of the best basketball players in the world and without him there would be starving dehydrated children in the world that need help A good question would be How did Dirk Nowitzki get all of his talent A part of the answer would be his family genetics He was born to a very athletic family who helped him to succeed His father Jorg played handball a game like soccer except you use your hands and try to throw the ball in the opponents goal His mother Helen made it big-time by qualifying for the German womens national basketball team His sister wasnt a big sports person but she does work for the company that produces NBA TV Nowitzki wasnt born talented in fact he didnt even pick up a basketball until he was in his early teenage years Before he played basketball he enjoyed playing tennis and other sports Nowitzki didnt improve by himself he got help from Holger Geschwinder the captain of the German Olympic team Geschwinder had confidence in Nowitzki and flew to San Antonio and entered him into a Hoop summit Nowitzki was a leader even then for he led the German team to beat the US Team It was very surprising even to Dirk for the US team was very good When he got drafted into the NBA he started to play for the Milwaukee Bucks A rumor said that the coach of the Bucks had a bad night and Nowitzki was traded to the Mavericks the next day Don Nelson the coach of the Mavericks said That was a major gamble for us He was a high lottery ticket that you dont often get a chance at InfoTrac3 When Nowitzki started out he didnt do so hot in his rookie season He only scored about eight points per game He decided to go back
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