Monty Mccutchen

NBA Experience 25 seasons
Born February 14, 1966 (San Angelo, Texas)
Resides Asheville, N.C.
HS Dublin (Dublin, Texas)
College Texas at Arlington ’88

Monty McCutchen is a 25 year NBA official. Monty has officiated 1,310 regular season, 124 playoff, and 12 Finals games. He worked the 2007 NBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas and was a member of the crews that officiated the 1996 and 1997 Mexico Challenges, as well as the 1998 Schick Rookie Game.

Prior to joining the NBA, McCutchen spent four seasons in the CBA, where he worked the All Star game his second year and the playoffs all four years. He also officiated the CBA Finals the last three years he was with the league.

McCutchen graduated Cum Laude with a degree in English Literature and Speech Communication from the University of Texas at Arlington.

McCutchen is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys back-country hiking, canoeing, camping and landscape photography.