Marc Stein Biography
Marc Stein is a media personality serving as an NBA correspondent with a newsletter on Substack. Previously, he worked for The New York Times, ESPN, Dallas Morning News, and The Washington Post.
Marc Stein Age
How old is Marc Stein? As of 2023, Marc is in his 50s, although his exact birthday remains unknown.
Marc Stein Height
His height is 5 feet and 8 inches, which is approximately equivalent to 1.73 meters or 173 centimeters.
Marc Stein Nationality
His nationality is American.
Marc Stein Education
Stein graduated from California State University Fullerton in 1991 with a degree in communications. He was actively involved in journalism during his college years, working as a writer and editor for The Daily Titan for six semesters. In December 2019, during a Pac-12 Network broadcast, he mentioned to announcer Bill Walt on that CSUF is considered the Harvard of journalism schools on the West Coast, which is why he chose to attend there.
Marc Stein Parents
Marc is the son of Reuven Vasile Stein who was a mechanical engineer and had a company called Philadelphia. His father died in 2014 on Father’s Day after battling Non-Hodgkin lymphoma for seven years. He spent the first six years of his life either in a concentration camp or on the run after he and his mother (Marc’s grandmother) escaped the clutches of the Nazis who came to their door in Bucharest, Romania when he was 9 months old and transported them to a killing field called Transnistria on what was then Ukrainian soil.
However, there is no information about Marc’s mother. He also has a brother named Orren.
Marc Stein Wife
Is Marc Stein married? Yes, Marc is married to Rachel Stein. The couple has a son named Aaron.
Marc Stein NBA
Who does Marc Stein work for? Stein is a sports reporter with a newsletter on Substack covering the National Basketball Association (NBA) nationally. Before joining Sustack, Stein worked for ESPN and The New York Times.
Stein covered the NBA for more than five 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. He had previously 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.
Stein began writing for ESPN.com in 2000 and was 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 Shootaround, NBA Fastbreak, NBA Coast to Coast, ESPNEWS, and ESPN Radio. In October 2016, ESPN signed Stein to a multiyear contract extension. In November 2016, the Dallas Mavericks revoked Stein 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.
Stein covered soccer earlier in his career. He has continued to cover the game part-time. From 2011 until his departure from ESPN, he co-hosted Soccer Today, a radio show/podcast that aired on KESN ESPN 103.3 in Dallas/Fort Worth. He also occasionally contributed to ESPN FC.
In 2017, Stein was let go from ESPN. In October 2017, he became the national NBA writer for The New York Times. On February 15, 2019, Stein was named the 2019 winner of the Curt Gowdy Media Award for print media by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Marc Stein Salary
His salary ranges between $20,000 to $100,000 annually.
Marc Stein Net Worth
As of 2023, he has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
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