Daniel Lewis Majerle, commonly known as Dan Majerle, is a former Professional Basketball player and former coach of the Grand Canyon Antelopes. He has played 14 years in the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the Club like Phoenix Suns, Miami Heat, and Cleveland Cavaliers.
Furthermore, he won a bronze medal with the US national team at the 1998 Summer Olympics in Seoul and a gold medal at the 1994 FIBA World Championship.
Yes, Dan Majerle is a married man, and he is 56 years old. He married a long time ago to his long-time partner Tina Majerle. They both have a happy life together, and both look great together. They have four children together Madison, McKenzie, Mia, and Max.
In addition, Max Majele is also a basketball player.
Former NBA player Dan Majerle was born on September 9, 1965, in Traverse City, Michigan, and he also worked as a former coach of the Grand Canyon Antelopes. He married a long time ago to his long-time partner Tina Majerle. They both have a happy life together, and both look great together. They both have four children together Madison, McKenzie, Mia, and Max, also a basketball player.
He is the owner of three sports grill restaurants called "Majerle's " and works as an ESPN analyst. He used to wear a number 9 jersey, and he is 6 feet Inch tall. His weight is 101 kg, and his zodiac sign is Virgo. As well as he is also known as "Thunder Dan."
Yes, Dan Majerle is active on social media, and he is active on Instagram and Twitter. He has 3878 followers on Instagram, and he has followed 285 people on Instagram. On the other hand, he has Twitter handle @DanMajerle with 15.7k followers, and he has followed 492 people on Twitter.
Furthermore, he has followed 492 people on Twitter, and he has a total of 55 posts on Instagram, which includes most of his family, friends, games images, etc.
Dan Majerle's net worth is estimated at $7 million, and his salary when he was playing like an NBA player according to 1993/1994 was $2,975,000. And his salary in 1992/1993 was $735,000 from Phoenix Sun and $430,000 in 1991/1990.
In addition, his salary as a head coach for Grand Canyon University is $429,210 each year.
Dan Majerle was chosen 14th overall in the 1988 NBA draft by the Suns, who acquired him (along with Kevin Johnson) in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers for Larry Nance. He was booed when his name was announced over the public address system during the draft. Cotton Fitzsimmons, the Suns’ coach, publicly admonished Suns fans, telling them, “You’ll be sorry you ever booed this young kid.
Dan Majerle averaged 8.6 points per game as a bench player in his first season, appearing in 54 games and starting five. After his retirement, he worked as a head coach for Phoenix Suns and Grand Canyon University.
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