Monty McCutchen

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Monty McCutchen
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McCutchen (center) reviewing a play at the monitor in 2011.
Born (1966-02-14) February 14, 1966 (age 48)
San Angelo, Texas
Nationality  United States
Occupation NBA referee

Monty McCutchen (born February 14, 1966) is a professional basketball referee who has worked in the National Basketball Association (NBA) since the 1993-1994 season.[1] Now in his 21st year, McCutchen has officiated 1,181 regular season, 97 playoff, and nine NBA Finals games (detailed below) over the past five seasons. Along with Mike "Duke" Callahan and Sean Corbin, McCutchen was also one of the three officials for the 2007 NBA All-Star Game. He is a full-time crew chief who wears the uniform number 13.

NBA Finals Assignments[edit]

2014 Finals, Game 3: San Antonio Spurs (111) @ Miami Heat (92)

2013 Finals, Game 7: San Antonio Spurs (88) @ Miami Heat (95)

2013 Finals, Game 5: Miami Heat (104) @ San Antonio Spurs (114)

2013 Finals, Game 1: San Antonio Spurs (92) @ Miami Heat (88)

2012 Finals, Game 5: Oklahoma City Thunder (106) @ Miami Heat (121)

2012 Finals, Game 1: Miami Heat (94) @ Oklahoma City Thunder (105)

2011 Finals, Game 4: Miami Heat (83) @ Dallas Mavericks (86)

2010 Finals, Game 6: Boston Celtics (67) @ Los Angeles Lakers (89)

2010 Finals, Game 2: Boston Celtics (103) @ Los Angeles Lakers (94)

2009 Finals, Game 2: Orlando Magic (96) @ Los Angeles Lakers (101) (OT)

Personal life[edit]

McCutchen is married with two children and resides in Asheville, North Carolina. In the offseason, he is an avid photographer who is also active in ranching.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Monty McCutchen. National Basketball Referees Association