New Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks is realistic about the enormous challenge ahead of him in rebuilding the team.
But Marks says he is confident that owner Mikhail Prokhorov and chairman Dmitry Razumov will give him the autonomy to execute his vision to turn the assets-starved Nets around.
Marks, 40, spent the past five years filling a variety of roles in San Antonio, including assistant general manager, assistant coach, director of basketball operations and GM of the Spurs’ D-League team. He signed a four-year contract with the Nets worth more than $9 million, a league source told ESPN.
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