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McCutchen (center) reviewing a play at the monitor in 2011.
Monty McCutchen (born February 14, 1966) is a former professional basketball referee who has worked in the National Basketball Association (NBA) since the 1993-1994 season.  He is now the league Vice President of referee development and training.
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McCutchen is married with two children and resides near Asheville, North Carolina. In the offseason, he is an avid photographer who is also active in ranching. Before basketball, he was a substitute teacher at Thomas Edison middle school in south central Los Angeles.
- Monty McCutchen | Basketball-Reference.com, retrieved 2018-02-21
- Why The NBA Shuffled its Best Ref Off the Court and into the League Office This Season | WashingtonPost.com, retrieved 2018-06-07
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