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Marc Stein NBA (Reporter) Bio, Age, Salary, Net Worth, Wife, New York Times

Marc Stein Biography

Marc Stein is an American sports reporter for The New York Times, covering the NBA nationally. Previously, he worked for ESPN.

Marc Stein Salary and Net Worth

Stein has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. He has not disclosed information about his annual salary but being a reporter for New York Times, is believed to receive a good amount of money.

Marc Stein Wife

Marc Stein is a married man but the details of who he is married to remains a misery for now

Marc Stein NBA

Stein covered the National Basketball Association (NBA) for more than 5 years at The Dallas Morning News, first as a Dallas Mavericks beat writer for three seasons (1997–2000) and then two seasons as an NBA columnist. Previously, he had covered the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers for the Los Angeles Daily News and has also worked for The Washington Post, The Orange County Register and San Bernardino Sun.

Marc Stein ESPN

Stein started writing for ESPN.com in 2000 and signed on full-time in 2002 to serve as the site’s senior NBA writer. He also made regular broadcast appearances as a reporter and analyst for SportsCenter, NBA Fastbreak, NBA Shootaround, NBA Coast to Coast, ESPNEWS and ESPN Radio. ESPN signed Stein in October 2016, to a multiyear contract extension. The Dallas Mavericks revoked Stein in November 2016 and fellow ESPN reporter Tim MacMahon’s press credentials after MacMahon was shifted away from covering the team full-time. The credentials were later restored.

Marc Stein New York Times

He covered soccer earlier in his career. Stein has continued to cover the game part-time. Since 2011 when not on NBA duty, he has co-hosted Soccer Today, a radio show/podcast that airs on KESN ESPN 103.3 in Dallas/Fort Worth. Stein also occasionally contributed to ESPN FC. As of October 2017, he’s now a national NBA writer for The New York Times. Stein was named the 2019 winner of the Curt Gowdy Media Award for print media by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame held on February 15, 2019.