Dirk Nowitzki became the 2019 World Cup ambassador to help develop basketball. He wants to be a figure who spreads the spirit of the sport to the international arena. Nowitzki also tries to inspire and motivate the following generations throughout the world.
According to Nowitzki, one of the keys to his success is the problem of satisfaction. He always wants to study, study, and study. Nowitzki has never been satisfied despite his myriad achievements.
“Other people are practicing on the field. Always try to be better. Listen and learn. See your seniors. Always, every summer, try to add something new to your game and don’t be the same person, “ordered Nowitzki per Slam Online .
To be a consistent player, the journey is certainly not easy. Nowitzki has felt it himself. He must work hard to achieve everything.
In the NBA, the former Dallas Mavericks player also did not immediately become champion. It took him 13 years to climb to the highest podium. Nowitzki just won in 2011 despite playing since 1998.
In addition to the title, Nowitzki also won the Most Valuable Player (MVP) title in the NBA Finals. His performance in the final six matches was extraordinary. He was able to make the trio of Miami Heat LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh bow their knees.
The 2011 title was Nowitzki’s first and last championship in the NBA. Because, after that, he never won again. However, Nowitzki remains full of achievements.
During his career in the NBA, the German national player has made various individual achievements. He has been an NBA MVP in 2007. Nowitzki has also entered the ranks of All-Star (14 times), All-NBA First Team (4 times), All-NBA Second Team (5 times), All-NBA Third Team (3 times ) and others.
On the international scene, Nowitzki’s career is no less great. He is one of the best German players of all time. Nowitzki contributed bronze medals at the 2002 World Cup and silver at the 2005 EuroBasket.
Nowitzki got all of that by continuing to hone himself. He always wants to study. Nowitzki was not satisfied so tried to chase him until he could. (put)