Legendary basketball referee Dick Bavetta was one of 11 new Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductees.
Longtime NBA referee Dick Bavetta, a native of Park Slope, announced his retirement Aug. 19 and retires with the most games officiated at 2,635.
The Basketball Old-Timers of America held its 55th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony May 2 at Sirico’s Caterers.
The Basketball Old-Timers of America will celebrate its 55th year of honoring individuals who have contributed to the great game of basketball on Friday, May 2 at Bishop Ford H.S., Park Slope.
NBA referee Dick Bavetta, born and raised in Park Slope, will work his 2,633 consecutive game tonight at Madison Square Garden when the New York Knicks host the Brooklyn Nets.
With the festivities surrounding the NBA’s all-star weekend in Orlando, Fla., just dying down, let’s take a look back at one of the more memorable all-star moments of the past few years. During halftime of the 2007 All-Star Game, legendary NBA referee Dick Bavetta – 67 years old at the time – challenged former NBA […]