Holger Geschwindner, who has mentored Dirk Nowitzki since he was a teenager in Wurzburg, Germany, believes the 35-year-old Dallas Mavericks star can play at a high level for “three or four more years easily,” barring serious injury.
Geschwindner has encouraged Nowitzki, who made his 12th All-Star appearance this season, to play long enough that he’ll have no regrets after retiring.
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