Stern's dress code stated that all players must dress in business or conservative attire while arriving and departing during a scheduled game, on the bench while injured, and when conducting official NBA business (press interviews, charity events, etc.).
Shirt – Standard gold with black stripes or black with white stripes. Trousers/Shorts – Solid black. Shoes – Predominantly Black with black laces. Socks – Standard black with white stripes (all crew members must match) Equipment - Whistles (2), coin, yellow and red cards, pencil, scorecard, and timing device.
Referee Shirt. Black referee shirt with white collar and trim, or ; Fuschia referee shirt as used in World Cup '94, or ; White referee shirt with black collar and trim ; Referee Shorts. Solid black. Length not less than 3" nor more than 7" from the knee. Referee Socks. Three white stripes at top. Pulled up over the calf. Referee Badge. Most current AYSO badge.
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Summer Uniform. 窶｢ Approved Black and White referee shirt or Green shirt (learner/ apprentice) tucked in 窶｢ Plain Black Basketball Shorts (Shorts must be of an appropriate length) ・ｷ Runners must be worn ・ｷ White shoes to be worn with white socks, and black shoes with black socks.
Officials shall prepare themselves both physically and mentally, shall dress neatly and appropriately, and shall comport themselves in a manner consistent with the high standards of the profession. Officials shall be punctual and professional in the fulfillment of all contractual obligations.
NBA officials are directed to make certain no player wears jewelry on his hand, arm, face, nose, ear, head or neck. Inactive Players According to the NBA Dress Code published on NBA.com, "Players who are in attendance at games but not in uniform are required to wear the following additional items when seated on the bench or in the stands during the game: Sport Coat, Dress shoes or boots, and socks."
V. Officiating Code of Ethics. Schools have entrusted the OHSAA and sports officials to assist them in the education and development of their youth through athletics. The proper operation of such a process requires that officials be independent, mpartial,i and responsible to people they serve.
permission from the Venue Coordinator / Referee Supervisor/Senior Game referee for an alternative option. Failure to do so may have that player deemed ineligible and the team subject to monetary penalties. All players must wear the same colour basketball-style shorts. The shorts must have no pockets, zips or buttons. Variations on Club singlet design can be tolerated provided the variation is within