NBA Vice President, Head of Referee Development & Training Monty McCutchen joined NBA TV for an interview and discussed four key areas of education for the 2018-19 NBA season: Freedom of Movement – Perimeter and Post Respect for the Game Traveling
NBA Vice President, Head of Referee Development & Training Monty McCutchen highlights four key areas of education for the 2018-19 NBA season: Freedom of Movement – Perimeter and Post Respect for the Game Traveling Points of Education
NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2018 – Sixty-five referees will compose the NBA officiating staff for the 2018-19 season. Below are some numbers and tidbits pertaining to this season’s NBA officials.…Read More
Monty McCutchen, VP; Head of Referee Development and Training joined ESPN Radio LA and discussed a series of topics, including Respect for the Game, Rules Changes for the 2018-19 Season and Building Relationships Between Players and Referees.
The changes to the clear path foul rule establish “bright line” standards based on the position of players at the time of the foul while also narrowing required referee judgment and reducing the number of variables impacting the rule’s application.…Read More
NBA Vice President, Head of Referee Development & Training Monty McCutchen talks to referees about an important point of education for 2018-19 – freedom of movement.
NEW YORK – The NBA Board of Governors today unanimously approved rules changes in advance of the 2018-19 season. Beginning with the 2018 NBA preseason, the shot clock will reset to 14 seconds in offensive rebounding situations, as opposed to 24; the clear path foul rule will be simplified; and th…Read More
The WNBA today announced the 16 referees who have earned spots to officiate in the 2018 WNBA Playoffs.…Read More
The WNBA announced today that Sue Blauch, a WNBA referee for 20 seasons, has been named to the newly created role of Head of WNBA Referee Performance and Development.…Read More
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