Juan Dixon

PSR 12 Apr,2021

Facts of Juan Dixon

Full Name
Juan Dixon
Last Name
Birth Name
Juan Dixon
First Name
Juan Dixon
Robyn Dixon (2005-2012)
Married to
Robyn Dixon (2023)
Relationship Status
Phil Dixon
Juanita Dixon
Father Nationality
Mother Nationality


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$6 Million


Robyn Dixon (2005-2012)
Married to
Robyn Dixon (2023)
Relationship Status

Juan Dixon is an American former professional basketball player who currently manages Coppin State University in Baltimore. Dixon is known for leading the University of Maryland Terrapins to their first NCAA championship in 2002, earning Most Outstanding Player honors at the 2002 Final Four, Chip Hilton Player of the Year (2002), ACC Player of the Year (2002), and ACC Athlete of the Year (2002).

Dixon was born on October 9, 1978, in Baltimore, Maryland. At 17, he lost his parents Juanita Dixon and Phil Dixon to Aids-related illnesses. Though it wasn't until 2016 that Dixon found that his biological father Bruce Flanigan was still alive.

Dixon was raised by grandparents Roberta and Warnick Graves in Baltimore. His aunt, Sheila Dixon was the mayor of Baltimore whereas his half-brother played shooting guard for the University of Pittsburgh Panthers. Dixon's second cousin Brandon Driver played for the San Jose State Spartans football team.

Juan Dixon's Net Worth, Contract, Salary, and Career Earnings

Juan Dixon has an estimated net worth of $6 Million and has earned a total of $12,379,558 from career earnings as a professional football player. Juan as a former head coach at Coppin State University earned roughly $85,000 per year and was replaced by a coach named Michael Grant. 

RobynJuan Dixon has an estimated net worth of $6 Million SOURCE: Instagram- @robyndixon10

Juan Dixon's Earnings: Detailed Analysis of Juan's Career Earnings

1. In the 2008/09 season, Juan Dixon earned $998,398 ($1,351,992*), playing for the Washington Wizards.

2. During the 2007/08 season, Juan Dixon was with the Detroit Pistons and received a salary of $2,550,000 ($3,626,521*).

3. Juan Dixon earned $2,550,000 ($3,723,967*) while playing for the Toronto Raptors in the 2006/07 season.

4. In the 2005/06 season, Juan Dixon's team was the Portland Trail Blazers, and their salary was $2,500,000 ($3,808,624*).

5. During the 2004/05 season, Juan Dixon returned to the Washington Wizards and earned $1,348,200 ($2,105,885*).

6. In the 2003/04 season, Juan Dixon's salary with the Washington Wizards was $1,260,360 ($2,032,980*).

7. Juan Dixon earned $1,172,400 ($1,931,045*) during the 2002/03 season while still playing for the Washington Wizards.

Juan Dixon Wife, Robyn Bragg Dixon, Actress of The Housewives of Potomac: Second Marriage with Juan Though She was Cheated!

Dixon is in a relationship with his high school sweetheart, Robyn Bragg Dixon. Robyn works in the public relations field and appears in the Bravo reality television show The Real Housewives of Potomac. Dixon and Robyn have been dating on and off since 1996. The couple has two sons, Corey born in 2008, and Carter born in 2010.

Robyn Robyn Dixon remarried her former husband, Juan Dixon.  SOURCE: Instagram- @robyndixon10

Dixon married Robyn in July 2005 but divorced in March 2012. They got engaged again in the finale of The Real Housewives of Potomac season 5 and have been living together ever since. Dixon admitted to cheating on Robyn while they were married, confirmed Distractify in December 2020. The former NBA star started pursuing an affair with a woman named Cris Sanchez in 2009.

Juan Dixon and Robyn Dixon remarried and are living a blissful life with their children Cory and Carter. Though rumors about Juan cheating on his wife after their second engagement are present on social platforms, Robyn still decided to marry the guy and numerous of her fans have written pessimistic comments about their remarriage on her Instagram.

Juan Dixon's Collegiate Basketball Career and Stats

Dixon started his professional career with the University of Maryland, College Park. During his freshman year, Dixon played in 34 games and averaged 7.4 points per game. In sophomore, he averaged 18 points per game and was selected to the 1999-2000 All-ACC team.

In the 2000-01 season, Dixon led the Terps to their first-ever Final Four appearance. That season, Dixon averaged 18.2 points per game and was again named to the All-ACC first team.

Juan Dixon is the current head coach for the Coppin State University in Baltimore  SOURCE: Baltimore Maryland

The next season, Dixon led the Terps to a 32-4 record and the school's first-ever National Championship. He emerged as Maryland men's basketball's all-time leading scorer after securing 29 points against Wisconsin to help Maryland reach the Sweet Sixteen. Dixon also became the only player in NCAA history to compile 2,000 points, 300 steals, and 200 three-point field goals.

Juan Dixon Stats: Juan's NBA Career

Dixon was picked 17th overall in the 2002 NBA draft by Washington Wizards. In his third season with the Wizards (2004-05), Dixon averaged 8 points per game, including a career-high 35 points in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Chicago Bulls. Next, he signed with the Portland Trail Blazers in 2005. In his first year with Blazers, Dixon started 42 times and played in 76 games.

Dixon was later traded at the 2007 NBA trade deadline to Toronto Raptors for Fred Jones and future considerations. He was traded to the Detroit Pistons from the Raptors at the 2008 NBA trade deadline. In October 2008, Dixon returned to Wizards for a partially guaranteed one-year deal. He next joined the Atlanta Hawks, Aris Thessaloniki of the Greek A1 League, Unicaja Malaga of Spain, and Bandirma Banvit of Turkey. In February 2010, Dixon was barred indefinitely by FIBA after testing positive for steroids.

Juan Dixon was fired by Coppin State: Juan's Coaching Career

Dixon began his coaching career by joining the Maryland Terrapin coaching staff under head coach Mark Turgeon in November 2013. He then mentored the women's basketball team at the University of the District of Columbia. Juan Dixon then joined Coppin State University as their head coach then a legal dispute occurred with a player and was fired from the post of head coach. Former Coppin State University basketball player, Ibn Williams, who sued his coach, Juan Dixon, and the school over alleged sexual assault and blackmail, is reportedly doing well. Williams transferred to Morehouse College, where he had a successful season as a point guard.

His lawyer did not update the lawsuit but shared that Williams found a supportive team and coach at Morehouse. Meanwhile, Coppin State University dismissed Dixon as the men's basketball coach, citing the need for a change in leadership. Williams' lawsuit claims that the school failed to protect him from an elaborate catfishing and blackmail scheme orchestrated by an assistant coach. Williams alleges that Dixon knew about the assistant coach's behavior but took no action.


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