There is no off-season for Marc Spears, senior NBA writer for The Undefeated. Spears has great insights on the futures of the champion Warriors and the destination of Lebron James. But this is a chance to learn more about Spears as a person. He produced a documentary that hit close to home after Hurricane Katrina and is learning how to be a DJ while pursuing his masters degree at LSU. The product of Andrew Hill High school in San Jose developed his game and perseverance at Cherry Park before building a career as an NBA Insider. Check out our conversations and follow Spears’ work on The Undefeated at

Marc Spears Mastering Turntables and Movies

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Marc Spears Mastering Turntables and Movies

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