|NBA Experience||27 seasons|
|Currently in his 28th NBA season|
|Born||April 7, 1959 (Philadelphia)|
|Resides||Drexel Hill, Pa.|
|HS||Cardinal O’Hara (Springfield, Pa.)|
A veteran of 25 NBA seasons, Mike Callahan has officiated 1,483 regular season, 156 Playoff and 16 NBA Finals games. He was a member of the crews that officiated the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, 1994 Mexico Challenge and the 1996 Schick Rookie Game.
Prior to joining the NBA, Callahan spent three years officiating in the CBA, including the 1989 and 1990 CBA Finals. A member of the Cardinal O’Hara High School basketball team for four years, Callahan also coached the freshman basketball team after graduating.
Callahan has run a clinic for referees called “Hoops4Heros” that benefits local fire departments, and he maintains strong ties to the Philadelphia community through his volunteer work with the Don Guanella School for developmentally disabled boys. During his free time he also enjoys playing golf.