DIRECTOR OF C2C
Ron Garretson, the son of former NBA official Darell Garretson (1967-94), has officiated over 2,000 regular season, 238 playoff games, 11 NBA Finals, 2 All Star Games (97' Cleveland & 13' Houston), 92' London Games, and 14' RIO Games over his 30 seasons in the NBA. In addition, Garretson has two years of CBA officiating experience and two years of high school officiating experience in Arizona. Garretson earned his Associate of Arts degree from Golden West Junior College. He played football and basketball at Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif. and was recognized for his athletic achievements in 2000 when he was inducted into Servite High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame. He currently resides in Gilbert, Ariz. where he enjoys spending his free time coaching youth sports and playing golf.
ADMIN SUPPORT/ VIDEOGRAPHER
Victor Purnell is our official videographer for C2C. Victor is a basketball skills and development coach who has worked with high school, college, and professional players throughout southern California. Victor also a former basketball player had a few stints playing overseas in Australia, Italy, Mexico, and several minor leagues in the United States. Victor enjoys mentoring, coaching, and teaching life lessons through the game of basketball.
Scott Twardoski enters his 7th year as an NBA Referee having officiated 219 regular season games. He also has four seasons of NBA preseason game experience and worked in the NBA summer camps for eight years. Twardoski’s experience includes six seasons and 206 games officiated in the G-League. He also has seven seasons of WNBA experience, working both the All-Star Game and Finals.
In addition to his professional experience, Twardoski officiated collegiate games for 12 years in the Pac 10, Big 12, Big Sky and West Coast Conferences, and has 10 years of high school officiating experience.
Twardoski worked as a teacher for five years in the 16th School District, Covington, AZ and as a speaker at Living for Learning in Meadow Vista, CA for five years. He and his wife of three years just had their first child and have moved to the Pacific Northwest.
Jason Garretson is the son of current NBA official #10 Ron Garretson and Grandson of former NBA Official Darrell Garretson. Jason is currently 25 years old from Gilbert, Arizona. Played basketball at Midamerica Nazarene University in Olatha, Kansas and graduated from Arizona State University in 2017. Jason started officiating basketball in April of 2015. Officiated for the Arizona Interscholastic Association and Canyon Athletic Association high school leagues. Worked games for the American Basketball Association and California Basketball Association. Recently hired into the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference.
Jason Phillips has officiated 951 regular season games and 51 playoff, and four Finals games since joining the NBA officiating staff 17 seasons ago. In addition, Phillips has six seasons of experience officiating in the CBA, working the 1999 CBA Finals. He also officiated three seasons in the WNBA, working the 1999 WNBA Finals. Phillips spent five years officiating at the high school level in his home state of Texas.
Phillips earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree at Tarleton State. In addition, he played varsity basketball, golf and baseball while at Cisco High School in Texas.
Phillips and his wife, Lewana Hensarling, have three sons and reside in Lipan, Texas, where he enjoys spending his time coaching his sons’ sports teams and playing golf.
Bill Kennedy’s 18 seasons of NBA officiating experience include 1,184 regular season, 91 playoff and five NBA Final games. In addition to his NBA experience, Kennedy has five years of officiating experience in the CBA, including working the 1996 and 1997 CBA Finals. He also officiated two games in the WNBA Finals in 1998 and has 15 years of high school officiating experience in Arizona. The Arizona native attended Arizona State University after graduating from St. Mary’s High School in Phoenix. While a student at St. Mary’s he was named Knight of the Year in 1984 for his athletic achievements. Kennedy’s charitable efforts include working with former NBA official Tommy Nuñez’s tournament, “The National Hispanic Basketball Classic,” to help raise money for inner-city kids. He also works with the Boys & Girls Club of Phoenix. He was named “Youth of the Year” twice by of the Boys & Girls Club of Phoenix and is now a lifetime member.
Randy Richardson enters his 7th year of officiating. He currently officiates in the WNBA(1 year) and G-league(3 years), in addition to his professional experience Richardson officiates Division 1 Men's basketball in the PAC 12, WCC, WAC, and Big Sky conferences.
In his spare time, Randy is a married father of 2 kids (11 and 7 years of age). He enjoys traveling with his family, reading, mentoring and giving back to the community.