Dick Bavetta

Dick Bavetta

Richard T. "Dick" Bavetta (born December 10, 1939) is an American professional basketball referee for the National Basketball Association (NBA). Since starting in 1975, he has never missed an assigned game. By the start of the 2006–07 NBA season, he had worked 2,164 regular season and 228 playoff games, including 24 NBA Finals games. He currently holds the league record for most officiated games. On December 29, 2011, he officiated his 2,500th consecutive game. He wears uniform number 27. As of December 15, 2012, he officiated 2563 games.

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... the mid-1970s between the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Nets with Dick Bavetta as his partner for that game ... Suddenly Dick Bavetta ran across floor to the scorer's table, saying, "No! No! I got a push off against McGinnis!" Strom then challenged Bavetta, "Are you overruling my call? I got pushing off right ... walking to their respective locker rooms when the door to the referees' locker room flew open and Dick Bavetta came staggering out ...

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