Sean Corbin

NBA Experience 25 seasons
Born March 18, 1966 (Baltimore)
Resides Windermere, Fla.
HS Towson Catholic (Towson, Md.)
College Coppin State College ’90

Sean Corbin has officiated 1,331 regular-season games and 79 playoff games over 24 years as an NBA official. He also worked the 2007 NBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas and the 1999 Japan Games in Tokyo. Corbin officiated at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

His most memorable NBA assignment was a triple-overtime game between the Boston Celtics and the Vancouver Grizzlies on Feb. 17, 1999.

Corbin’s résumé 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 officiating experience.

The Baltimore native played baseball and basketball at Coppin State University and Towson Catholic High School.