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Produced from the Philadelphia suburb of Havertown, Pennsylvania, Donaghy attended Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield, Pennsylvania and three other NBA referees: Joe Crawford, Mike Callahan, and Ed Malloy. [9] Donaghy graduated with a degree in sales and marketing. While at Villanova, he played on the school’s baseball team. According to the National Basketball Referee’s Association, Donaghy engaged and won All-Catholic and All-Delaware County honors in baseball and All-Delaware County honors in basketball during high school, but then–Villanova baseball coach George Bennett asserts that Donaghy didn’t play on the varsity team and that no records indicate that he was chosen to the All-Catholic group in baseball or named to the All-Delaware County basketball staff. Donaghy married his wife Kimberly in 1995. They have four daughters. In September, 2007 Kim filed for divorce. Officiating career Before officiating in the NBA, Donaghy spent five years officiating at Pennsylvania high school basketball and seven seasons at the Continental Basketball Association (CBA), and he had been the head official for the 1993 CBA All-Star Game. The next year, he joined the NBA, where he worked for 13 decades, officiating in 772 regular-season matches and 20 playoff matches. Donaghy was a participant in the NBA’s Read to Achieve program, for which he participated in an event in the Universal Charter college during the 2002 NBA Finals. [ His uniform number was 21. Donaghy was one of three referees who worked the Pacers–Pistons brawl at The Palace of Auburn Hills on November 19, 2004, which ended in a fight between Pacers players and Pistons fans.] During a 2003 regular-season game, Donaghy called a technical foul on Rasheed Wallace, then playing the Portland Trail Blazers, for throwing a ball at another official in a game. Wallace faced Donaghy following the game, threatening him screaming obscenities and, according to Donaghy. Wallace was suspended for seven games; this is the longest suspension issued from the league for the event not involving violence or drugs. Read more here: https://mamifds.co.jp/wp/?p=12167