Welcome to SWISH41

Official website for the one and only Dirk Nowitzki.


Who is Swish41?

Dirk Nowitzki was born in Würzburg, Germany on June 19, 1978. He began his professional career with Würzburg DJK in the Bundesliga and then impressed NBA coaches and scouts with 33 points, 14 rebounds, and 3 steals at the 1998 Nike Hoop Summit. Consequently, Dirk became the ninth pick in the NBA draft, with an arranged trade that sent him from Milwaukee to Dallas.

Dirk owns multiple Mavericks franchise records, including career points, three-point field goals, free throws, rebounds, and points in a single game. He has led the Mavericks to seasons of 50 or more wins and annual trips to the playoffs since 2001. In the 2005-2006 season Nowitzki played a major role in sweeping the Grizzlies, defeating San Antonio and the Suns, and winning the Western Conference Championship for Dallas’ first trip to the NBA Finals.


My Foundation

“I was very fortunate to be able to realize my dream and become a professional athlete. With my experiences in sports, I learned that you have to work hard to reach your goal. But many children around the world need help to even have a chance to enhance their lives and to realize their dreams.With the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation I want to help provide education, health and well being for these children and to make a difference in their lives.”



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Pictures and such

I'll be posting pics from time to time and give you my real thought on them.

About Heroes 2016

WHERE: Dr Pepper Ballpark (7300 RoughRiders Trl, Frisco, TX)

WHO: Here are the celebs that will play in this year’s game (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):

Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks MVP and 2011 NBA champion)

Dan Bailey (Dallas Cowboys kicker)

Cole Beasley (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

Brice Butler (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

Barry Church (Dallas Cowboys safety)

La’el Collins (Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman)

Tyrone Crawford (Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle)

Lance Dunbar (Dallas Cowboys running back)

Byron Jones (Dallas Cowboys defensive back)

Darren McFadden (Dallas Cowboys running back)

Mark Nzeocha (Dallas Cowboys linebacker)

Tyron Smith (Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle)

Devin Street (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

Lucky Whitehead (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

J.J. Wilcox (Dallas Cowboys safety)

Terrance Williams (Dallas Cowboys wide receiver)

Chace Crawford (Plano-raised actor of TV series Gossip Girl and Blood and Oil)

Geoff Stults (actor of TV series The Odd Couple and upcoming movies Hey Brother and The Kicker)

Tyler Toney (of YouTube’s #1 sports channel Dude Perfect and CMT’s The Dude Perfect Show)

J.J. Barea (Dallas Mavericks guard)

Rick Carlisle** (Dallas Mavericks head coach and 2011 NBA champion)

Jeremy Evans (Dallas Mavericks forward)

Raymond Felton (Dallas Mavericks guard)

Devin Harris** (Dallas Mavericks point guard)

Wesley Matthews (Dallas Mavericks guard)

Chandler Parsons (Dallas Mavericks forward)

Dwight Powell (Dallas Mavericks forward)

Deron Williams** (Dallas Mavericks point guard)

Ryan Hollingshead (FC Dallas player)

Chris Seitz (FC Dallas player)

Walker Zimmerman (FC Dallas player)

Heath Pearce (former professional soccer player and US national team member)

David Murphy (former Texas Rangers player)

Michael Young (former Texas Rangers player)

Brian Cardinal (former Dallas Mavericks forward and 2011 NBA champion)

Ben Grieve (former MLB outfielder)

Jason Terry (Houston Rockets guard and former Dallas Mavericks player)

Mike Bacsik (former MLB pitcher and current co-host of The G-Bag Nation on 105.3 The Fan)

Jody Dean (host of Jody Dean & The Morning Team on 98.7 KLUV)

Edward Egros (Fox 4 weekend sports anchor)

Ben Rogers (co-host of The Ben & Skin Show on 105.3 The Fan)

Jeff “Skin” Wade (co-host of The Ben & Skin Show on 105.3 The Fan and Dallas Mavericks TV analyst)

** will attend but not playing

PARKING: Media may park in Lot E (parking garage). Please let the parking attendant know that you are media. GENERAL: Tickets for the general public are 9, $13, $17 and $20 at Ticketmaster (1-800-745-3000 or ticketmaster.com) or at the Dr Pepper Ballpark Box Office during office hours. Will call will open at 10 a.m. Friday. Proceeds will benefit the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and the Heroes Foundation.


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