|NBA Experience||22 seasons|
|Currently in his 23rd NBA season|
|Born||March 18, 1966 (Baltimore)|
|HS||Towson Catholic (Towson, Md.)|
|College||Coppin State College ’90|
The 22-year NBA referee has officiated 1,182 regular season NBA games and 57 Playoff games, along with the 2007 NBA All-Star Game, 1999 Japan Games in Tokyo and the 1996 Schick Rookie Game. Corbin spent the summer of 2004 officiating basketball at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Corbin’s resume includes four years officiating in the CBA and nine years of collegiate officiating experience in the Big East, Southern, Southeastern, Mid-Eastern Athletic and Metro Atlantic
Athletic Conferences. He also has four years of high school basketball officiating experience.
Corbin, a Baltimore native, has been involved in charitable efforts in the city, including working for healthcare for the homeless. His athletic accomplishments still remain notable in the Baltimore community, where he played baseball and basketball at Coppin State College and Towson Catholic High School.