Mark Jones is a well-known Canadian Sports commentator. He is working for ABC and ESPN as a Sportscaster. Furthermore, he serves as the primary play-by-play announcer for Sacramento Kings games on NBC Sports California. He has been working at ESPN since 1990. Earlier, he served for The Sports Network (TSN) in Canada for four years.
Mark Jones Age
Mark Jones was born on November 16, 1961, and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is 60 years of age.
Mark Jones Height
Jones is a man of tall height. Mark stands at a height of 6 feet (Approximately 1.83 meters).
Mark Jones Family
He was born in 1961 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to his father and mother. His parents were initially from Jamaica and they relocated to Canada when Mark’s brother was four months old.
He has an elder brother Paul Jones a sportscaster who presently works as a co-host together with Eric Smith at the Sportsnet 590, Smith & Jones afternoon sports talk show.
Mark Jones Wife
He is married to his gorgeous wife Sara Jones. The pair got tied in November 2013 and they were gifted with two daughters and one son. His family now lives in Miami, Florida, in the United States of America.
Mark Jones Education
Jones joined York University located in Canada where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. While there, he played basketball for the school team and led the team to the Ontario Universities Athletics Association championships three times in 1981, 1984, and 1985.
He attained conference second-team all-star honors in 1984 and 1985 as a top player on the OUAA. In 2016, he was indicated in York’s Sports Hall of Fame.
Mark Jones Salary
Jones receives an annual average salary of $80,576. This is according to ESPN anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Mark Jones’s Net Worth
Jones has an estimated net worth of $2 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Mark Jones Career
He has been operating for ABC and ESPN as a Canadian Sportscaster. Furthermore, he labors as the primary play-by-play announcer for Sacramento Kings games on NBC Sports California. He has been serving at ESPN since 1990. He joined the station as a weekly host for the NBA Today show on NBC.
He serves along with ESPN’s present NBA game analysts on the play-by-play like P.J. Carlesimo, Jeff Van Gundy, Jon Barry, Doris Burke, Mark Jackson, and Hubie Brown. Mark was the primary host of the KIA NBA Shootaround show during the 2009 and 2010 NBA coverage seasons.
He teams up with analysts Rod Gilmore and Dusty Dvoracek on ABC or ESPN to work as the announcer of ESPN’s college football. Additionally, he sometimes worked as a reporter and anchor for the Sports Center contributing to the NBS’s draft cover, NBA All-Star Weekend, and NBA Draft Lottery.
Besides, he was named to be a play-by-play announcer for the Sacramento Kings at the station in 2020. ESPN announced a multi-year extension for Mark on March 11, 2022. Earlier, he served for The Sports Network in Canada for four years.