Max Nowitzki is the son of well-known NBA player Dirk Nowitzki and Jessica Olsson, with two siblings: Malaika (sister) and Morris (brother).
His father is worth an impressive $150 million thanks to a two-decade NBA career that generated much of that fortune. Max himself is relatively young but certainly appreciates their success and wealth just like any child would.
Early Life and Education
Morris Nowitzki, born November 2016 in the United States to Malaika Nowitzki who is two years older and Max who was born March 2015 is living with his parents and siblings in Florida. His father works as a special consultant with Dallas Mavericks while his mother is an accomplished model.
Dirk, his father, was an exceptional German athlete who dominated the NBA for 21 seasons with Dallas Mavericks. He amassed an immense fan base and is recognized as one of the greatest foreign players ever seen on American courts.
He is estimated to have an estimated net worth of $150 Million, most of it earned from his NBA career and living an opulent lifestyle with his family.
Nowitzki made his professional basketball debut for DJK Wurzburg of Germany before being chosen with the ninth overall selection in the 1998 NBA draft by Milwaukee Bucks. However, prior to beginning his rookie year he was traded over to Dallas Mavericks and would remain there throughout his 21-year career with them.
Nowitzki’s NBA tenure was highlighted by two Most Valuable Player Awards and his status as a power forward of note in the league. Additionally, Nowitzki led Germany to bronze at both FIBA World Championship and EuroBasket tournaments; also earning top point scorer honors at both tournaments.
Nowitzki and Jessica Olsson have two children together: Morris and Malaika. He frequently travels between Germany, Sweden, and Kenya with his family to introduce his children to different cultures and increase his understanding of them all.
Achievement and Honors
As an NBA superstar, Nowitzki won widespread respect and admiration over 21 seasons with the Dallas Mavericks. Widely considered one of the greatest European players ever seen on an NBA court, his signature jump shot became an instantaneous fan favorite.
His success helped open up doors for future generations of top European talent to enter the NBA, as well as establish Dallas as a basketball city.
Malika and Morris Nowitzki take great pride in their father’s achievements and remain close. He and his wife frequently take them on trips to Germany, Sweden and Kenya in order to show them their heritage – speaking English German Swedish together at home! Max, their middle child is particularly passionate about sports; attending German international school in Dallas.
Dirk Nowitzki and Jessica Olsson have three children together – Malaika, Max, and Morris.
This couple, hailing from Dallas, Texas and boasting German, Swedish and Kenyan roots respectively. As part of raising children with multiple cultures in mind and traveling frequently together.
Max, the son of celebrity parents, enjoys all the perks associated with being part of this world of wealth and fame. However, his priority lies with studies over social media; which is why he doesn’t currently maintain any active accounts on these platforms.
He currently attends school and is learning new things every day, growing into an independent and responsible young man with his own legacy to leave in the world.
Dirk Nowitzki amassed an astounding net worth of more than $150 Million over his distinguished career, making him one of the highest-paid international NBA players ever. Nowitzki spent most of his time with Dallas Mavericks – one of which made up this net worth figure – earning himself one of the highest pay packets ever awarded for an international player in any sport’s history.
Malaika Olsson was born in March 2015; their second son Morris arrived November 2016.
On July 20, 2012, Nowitzki and Lohan tied the knot in an intimate private ceremony held at his Dallas home. Since their union, both have remained committed and unaffected by any unwanted rumors or scandals; instead they appear content with family life; no plans exist to expand upon current number of children that currently make up their brood.