Sean Corbin

NBA Experience 29th season
Born March 18, 1966 (Baltimore, Md.)
Resides Windermere, Fla.
High School Towson Catholic (Towson, Md.)
College Coppin State University ’90

Sean Corbin has officiated 1,513 regular-season games and 94 playoff games in 28 seasons as an NBA staff official. He also refereed the 2007 NBA All-Star Game in Las Vegas and at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. 

Corbin considers his most memorable NBA assignment to be a triple-overtime game between the Boston Celtics and the Vancouver Grizzlies on Feb. 17, 1999.

Corbin officiated four years in the Continental Basketball Association and nine years in the collegiate ranks, with stints 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.

Fun Facts

Favorite TV Show CSI: Miami
Favorite Movie The Godfather and The Godfather II
Favorite Musician Brian Culbertson
Favorite Book Quiet Strength
Favorite Meal Steak and Lobster
Favorite App News
Would Most Like To Visit Johannesburg
Bucket List Drive cross country in RV
Hidden Talent Cooking