Norm Nixon is a retired basketball player from the United States.
Before retiring from the NBA in 1989, Norm Nixon amassed a net worth while playing for the Los Angeles Lakers and San Diego/Los Angeles Clippers.
Nixon attended Duquesne University for his undergraduate studies.
The Los Angeles Lakers selected him in the 1977 NBA Draft.
He had six successful seasons, including two NBA Championships with the squad in 1980 and 1982.
Before the start of the 1983/84 season, Nixon was dealt to the San Diego Clippers. In the 1984-85 season, he was a member of the Clippers' All-Star squad.
Nixon missed the 1985-86 season due to a serious accident during a softball game in 1986.
He spent the majority of his time on injured reserve.
Nixon injured his left knee during a pre-season exercise in 1987, forcing him to miss the 1987-1988 season.
In 1989, he announced his retirement from the game. Nixon has been playing for Scavolini Pesaro of the Italian Serie A since his retirement.
Later in his career, he worked as a sports agent with Premier Management Group and subsequently Norm Nixon Associates, representing celebrities such as Doug Edwards, Cary Grant, Larry Smith, Al Wilson, LL Cool J, and TLC.
Dixon founded Debbie Allen Dance Academy in California with his wife. He's also a Fox News West commentator for all Lakers games.
Norm Nixon's net worth is currently estimated at $10 million.
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Norm Nixon is married to Debbie Allen since 1984. The couple has 3 kids.
Norm Nixon with his wife
Norm Nixonâ€™s father is Elmer Nixon.
Norm Nixonâ€™s mother is Mary Jo.
Siblings: Norm Nixon has 2 brothers, Ron Nixon and Ken Nixon.