Juan Dixon Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career and Achievement
Tall and handsome Juan Dixon is an American well-known retired professional basketball player. He had played with different teams in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He used to play the guard position and he retired in 2011. He is also commonly known as the Head Coach.
Early Life, Family and Education:
The son of Juanita and Phil, Juan Dixon was born in Baltimore, Maryland on 9 October 1978. His mother’s name is Juanita Dixon and father’s name is Phil Dixon. He has a brother, Jermaine Dixon.
His family member passed away before he graduated from the high school. His parents were heroin addicts and died of AIDS-related illnesses when he was 17 years old. He was raised by his grandparents. He is of African American ethnicity and has an American nationality.
Dixon studied at Calvert Hall High School and attended the University of Maryland. He played college basketball under coach Gary Williams.
Pondering an individual existence of Juan Dixon, he is conceivably single. Previously he was married to his high school sweetheart Robyn Bragg Dixon in July 2005. Robyn works in the related field and is a cast member of the Bravo reality television show Real Housewives of Potomac.
They have been blessed with two children, Corey born in 2008 and Carter born in 2010. They still live together in Maryland although they have been divorced.
There isn’t any solid proof which leads towards his other romantic relationship affairs. Being a superstar, his own stuff is dependably a matter of discourse and enthusiasm to people in general.
Talking about the career journey of Juan Dixon, he started playing basketball professionally since 2002 and he retired in 2011. He started playing basketball professionally after being selected by the Washington Wizards in the 2002 NBA draft.
He spent three years of his career beginning with the Wizards before joining the Portland Trail Blazers during the summer of 2005.
He was traded to the Toronto Raptors at the end of the 2007 NBA trade deadline in exchange for Fred Jones and future considerations. On 21 February 2008, he was traded to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Primož Brezec and cash considerations.
Soon he was released from the team and became a free agent. After onwards, he resigned a partially guaranteed one-year contract worth $1.03 million with the Washington Wizards on 24 September 2008. On 28 September 2009, he signed with the Atlanta Hawks but he was soon released from the team on 20 October 2009.
Dixon left NBA and signed with the Aris Thessaloniki of the Greek A1 League on 1 November 2009. Then he joined Unicaja Málaga of Spain from next season. He was suspended by FIBA after the positive test for steroids in February 2010.
He signed with the Turkish team Bandırma Banvit in March 2011 but he left the team to be a coaching staff. On 27 November 2013, he joined Maryland Terrapin as a special assistant under coach Mark Turgeon.
On 14 October 2016, he joined the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) as head coach of the women’s basketball team. His success in career path has paid him well financially making his net worth estimated to be $6 million.