The Spurs announced a raft of promotions and additions to their basketball operations staff on Tuesday, including the re-assignment of Sean Marks from the bench, where he served for one season as an assistant coach, back to the front office to aid general manager to R.C. Buford.
Standing out among an otherwise dry release was the title “applied sports scientist,” a post that...
Sean Marks, since his playing career ended in 2011, has risen quickly through the Spurs organization.
He spent one year as basketball operations assistant before being promoted to director of basketball operations. Last season, he served as assistant coach.
Now, he’s headed back upstairs.
Sean Marks will return to the San Antonio Spurs' front office as an assistant general manager, the team announced Tuesday.
In addition, Brandon James has been promoted to director of basketball administration and legal affairs, Phil Coles has been hired as director of medical services and Marilyn Adams as director of rehabilitation.
Xavi Schelling joins the Spurs as applied sports...
In an interview with the Sunday Star Times, San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Sean Marks says he isn’t sure whether he’ll be back on the bench for the 2014-15 season. The NBA season ended nearly three weeks ago with the silver and black defeating the two-time defending champion Miami Heat in the NBA Finals to […]
It's true! Alvin Williams and Sean Marks were traded to Boston on February 10, 2000 for Danny Fortson. Here's the Buffoon's explanation at the time:"We just weren't able to get Danny the minutes he was looking for," Celtics general manager Chris Wallace said. "We were not confident in our ability to re-sign Danny this summer. No one wants to lose...
Sean Marks will move to the San Antonio Spurs' bench to complete Gregg Popovich's coaching staff.
Marks has worked in the Spurs' front office over the past two seasons.
The Spurs also hired Jim Boylen, losing Mike Budenholzer and Brett Bowen to the Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers, respectively.
Marks was part of the Spurs' championship team in 2005.
September 17, 2013
Sean Marks is the new general manager of the Austin Toros.
Sean Marks may have retired from playing, but he hasn't retired from basketball. The former Spur and member of the 2005 championship team has taken a position with the San Antonio Spurs front office and is loving every minute of it. A website from his native New Zealand recently spoke with him about it:
"They've given me projects to work on, and I've been able...
Posted: July 25, 2006
The Phoenix Suns added frontcourt depth today by signing unrestricted free-agent forward/center Sean Marks to a one-year contract.
A seven-year NBA veteran, Marks joins his fifth NBA team (Toronto, Miami, Seattle, San Antonio) and has averaged 3.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in 9.6 minutes in 105 career games (signed a 10-day contract with the Sonics...
OH SNAP SON. Marcus you dropped that ball, man. Go get it. I'll just hang out here. Can't believe you're just throwing the ball out of bounds for no reason. Kinda wack, bro. I'm freaking out? How? Because I'm yelling OH SNAP? Big deal. Maybe if you didn't throw the ball out of bounds for no reason I could just relax and set some back screens. Looooooove...