Monty McCutchen

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Monty McCutchen
Tom Washington, Monty McCutchen, Brent Barnaky on March 30, 2011.jpg
McCutchen (center) reviewing a play at the monitor in 2011.
Born (1966-02-14) February 14, 1966 (age 51)
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 as a referee, McCutchen has officiated 1,181 regular season, 97 playoff, and nine NBA Finals games (detailed below) over the past five seasons[when?]. 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]

2016 Finals, Game 7 Cleveland Cavaliers (93) @ Golden State Warriors (89)

2016 Finals, Game 5 Cleveland Cavaliers (112) @ Golden State Warriors (97)

2016 Finals, Game 3 Golden State Warriors (90) @ Cleveland Cavaliers (120)

2015 Finals, Game 5: Cleveland Cavaliers (91) @ Golden State Warriors (104)

2015 Finals, Game 1: Cleveland Cavaliers (100) @ Golden State Warriors (108) (OT)

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 near 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