The Brooklyn Nets have offered the job of general manager to San Antonio Spurs assistant GM Sean Marks, league sources tell @TheVertical.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) February 17, 2016
The San Antonio Spurs front office continues to get looks as other teams want to emulate the team’s winning ways.
Although this was just an offer, but Spurs’ Sean Marks has been offered the assistant GM spot with the Nets and it seems the Spurs will fight to keep him according to Wojnarowski.
Marks, 40, has emerged as the Nets’ choice through a two-month process, but there’s no assurance they will come to terms on an agreement.
Spurs president and coach Gregg Popovich and general manager RC Buford hold Marks in high regard, and the organization has been grooming Marks to eventually to take over a more significant role in the organization.
It remains to be seen if Marks will take the offer but if he does, he will be another in a long line of former players and front office personnel to be plucked by other NBA teams in the hopes of copying the success San Antonio has displayed for years.