ESPN: Bobby Marks Joins ESPN as NBA Front Office Insider


Along with Wojnarowski, Bobby Marks is also joining ESPN as part of their multimedia coverage of the NBA.  Marks will be ESPN’s NBA Front Office Insider, providing insights and analysis on the inner workings of how NBA teams operate, make personnel and business decisions, manage the salary cap, navigate free agency and more.

Marks will write columns for and the ESPN App, and contribute across ESPN’s NBA studio programming on television, including NBA CountdownThe JumpSportsCenter and more. He will also be a regular guest on ESPN Radio and various ESPN podcasts.

“Bobby has great insights on the inner workings of NBA teams and an excellent ability to clearly and simply help fans understand the many complexities of the modern NBA,” said Chad Millman, Vice President, Editorial Director, Domestic Digital Content, ESPN. “Part of what we try to do every day is entertain and enlighten fans, and Bobby will be a great addition to the team doing that.”

Marks spent nearly 20 years in the NBA, working with the New Jersey and Brooklyn Nets, including five as the assistant general manager. In 2012, Marks was recognized as one of Crain’s New York Business Top 40 Under 40.

Jack Benoit