|NBA Experience||24 seasons|
|Born||September 14, 1964 (Norfolk, Va.)|
|HS||Booker T. Washington (Norfolk, Va.)|
|College||Old Dominion University ’86|
Tony Brothers is entering his 24th season as an NBA official and has officiated 1,270 regular season games, 84 Playoff games and five NBA Finals games during his career. He was a member of the crew that officiated the 1996 Mexico Challenge, 1998 Schick Rookie Game, 1999 McDonald’s Championship in Milan, Italy and the 2008 China Games.
Prior to joining the NBA, Brothers spent four years officiating in the CBA, including three CBA Finals and a CBA All-Star Game. He has one year of collegiate officiating experience at the Junior College level. Brothers also has seven years of high school officiating experience in Virginia, including three state tournaments.
As a way of honoring his late mother Dorothy Brothers, a former Bank of America Executive, and to give back to his community, Brothers and his wife Monica co-founded, Still Hope Foundation, Inc. Still Hope is an organization that seeks to assist single mothers in building a strong and successful family unit by offering quality resources and supportive relationships.
Brothers attended Old Dominion University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Management Information Systems. He currently resides in Smithfield, Va. where he finds time to support his favorite football team, ODU.