EMW Camp 2009
Director of Officials
National Basketball Association
Ronnie Nunn, the NBA’s Director of Officials, is a veteran of 23 NBA seasons. During his officiating career, which spanned 19 seasons, Nunn worked 1,134 regular-season, 73 playoff and four NBA Finals games, as well as the 1996 NBA All-Star Game, the 1993 McDonald’s Championship in Munich, Germany, the NBA Japan Summer Charity Games in 1996 and the 2000 Mexico Challenge. He has also been involved in the WNBA’s mentor program and is an NBA instructor during the summer.
Nunn handles the day-to-day management of the officiating staff, including daily instruction on the correct application of NBA playing rules. He reports directly to Stu Jackson, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
Nunn was an assistant coach at Pace University from 1978-1980 and at his alma mater, Brooklyn Tech High School from 1976-77. He played professionally on the National Basketball Circuit of Mexico from 1972-74 and was named MVP in 1973, and Best Player of the Decade (1970s). Nunn played collegiate basketball for three seasons at George Washington University where he became the Colonials’ leading scorer and a member of the 1,000 points club in 1972. He was inducted into the George Washington University Hall of Fame in 1997 and named to the school’s All-Century Team. Nunn received his undergraduate degree from George Washington and an M.S. at the College of New Rochelle and an M.S. at Queens College.
SASA PUKL (SLO)
Sasa Pukl born 25.10,1970, referee since 1987
- Passed Fiba clinic in 1995 in Rogaska Slatina (Slovenia)
- 2 Final four Euroleague (2007 Athens and 2009 Berlin)
- Final four Women Euroleague 1999 Brno
- World Championship 2006 Japan and 2010 Turkey
- European Championship 2005 Serbia/Montenegro and 2007 Spain
- World Championship young men 2001 Japan, 2005 Argentina and 2009 New Zealand
KUBA ZAMOJSKI (POL)
Referee since 1989.
International referee since 1999.
From 2000 in ULEB. Refereeing EUROLEAGUE and ULEB CUP games.
2003 referee of European Championship in Greece.
Attend many camps and summer league in USA.
2004, 2005, 2006 our instructor on East Meets West Camp in Bydgoszcz.
DAREK LENCZOWSKI (POL)
Former basket ball player, youth and juniors until age 20.
At age 17 made first steps in refereeing. In 1998 approved for officiating top division in polish league. June 2003 received FIBA license.
Season 2005/2006, 2007/2008 - Polish men finals
2008/2009 - Polish women finals, 2008/2009 SBL finals, Taiwan, Taipei.
Participant of many internationals tournaments including European Championship Man U-18, U-20 and European Championship Women U-16 and U-18.