Today's Referees are: Monty McCutchen
Regular Season Home Team W/L 49/26
Playoff Home Win % 88% (8 games)
Regular Season Home Win % 64%
Home Team Foul % 50%
46 Fouls called per game
McCutchen has been officiating games since 1993 and wears number 13. McCutchen missed the 1998-99 season with a ruptured Achilles tendon. McCutchen doesn't appear on the Cavs most or least liked refs list. He is a former elementary and middle school teacher and is fondly remembered by his students as a really nice guy. In searching for information on him, I found a Cavs' blog that blamed their April 4 loss to the Celtics on the officiating of Monty McCutchen. That was the game where Mike Brown was ejected and the Cavs made a furious comeback but fell short. Other than that, not a lot of controversy about McCutchen.
Regular Season Home Team W/L 41/25
Playoff Home Win % 71% (7 games)
Regular Season Home Win % 61%
Home Team Foul % 44%
41 Fouls called per game
Cavs 4-0 with Delaney officiating this season
Delaney has officiated over 1,300 regular season games, 120+ play-off games and 7 NBA Finals games. Delaney was formerly a police officer. He worked under cover in an investigation of New Jersey organized crime and helped to bring a portion of the mob in that state down. While serving as a police officer, Delaney was also a high school basketball referee in New Jersey from 1972 to 1982 and later officiated in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) for four years before being selected by scouts to officiate in the NBA, beginning in 1987.
Eddie F. Rush
Regular Season Home Team W/L 42/27
Playoff Home Win % 100% (6 games)
Regular Season Home Win % 59%
Home Team Foul % 41%
42 Fouls called per game
Cavs 3-3 with Rush officiating this season (Cavs fans don't like him)
Rush has officiated over 1,300+ regular season games, 140+ play-off games and 9 NBA Finals games. Prior to joining the NBA, Rush worked high school games before progressing to college and professional basketball leagues. Eddie F. Rush is the only NBA ref to have officiated the last game of the NBA Finals for the last five seasons (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009). I know at least once I've heard Tommy Heinsohn getting very angry with Eddie F Rush and telling him he should go home.