Stacey Augmon

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Stacey Augmon
Stacey Augmon in 2009.jpg
Augmon in 2009
Sacramento Kings
PositionPlayer development
League NBA
Personal information
Born (1968-08-01) August 1, 1968 (age 51)
Pasadena, California
NationalityAmerican
Listed height6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
Listed weight213 lb (97 kg)
Career information
High school John Muir (Pasadena, California)
College UNLV (1987–1991)
NBA draft 1991 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
Selected by the Atlanta Hawks
Playing career1991–2006
Position Small forward / Shooting guard
Number2
Coaching career2007–present
Career history
As player:
19911996 Atlanta Hawks
1996–1997 Detroit Pistons
19972001 Portland Trail Blazers
2001–2002 Charlotte Hornets
20022004 New Orleans Hornets
20042006 Orlando Magic
As coach:
20072011 Denver Nuggets (assistant)
2011–2016 UNLV (assistant)
20162018 Milwaukee Bucks (assistant)
2018–2019 Jeonju KCC Egis
2019–present Sacramento Kings (player development)
Career highlights and awards
As Player:

As Assistant Coach:

Career statistics
Points 7,990 (8.0 ppg)
Rebounds 3,216 (3.2 rpg)
Steals 974 (1.0 spg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Stacey Orlando Augmon (born August 1, 1968) is an American basketball coach and former player. He serves as the player development coach of the Sacramento Kings. [1] He played professionally in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He gained the nickname "Plastic Man" due to his athletic ability to "stretch". He was also an assistant coach at his alma mater UNLV under coach Dave Rice. [2] He was previously the head coach of Jeonju KCC Egis of the Korean Basketball League. [1]

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College

Augmon played college basketball for four years at UNLV under Coach Jerry Tarkanian. During his junior year, the Runnin' Rebels won the 1990 NCAA Championship defeating the Duke Blue Devils. Augmon was the first three-time winner of the NABC Defensive Player of the Year, winning the award in 1989, 1990, and 1991. [3] He is a class of 2002 member of the UNLV Athletic Hall of Fame along with teammates Greg Anthony and Larry Johnson. [4] In March 2011, HBO premiered a documentary entitled Runnin' Rebels of UNLV. [5]

NBA career

Augmon was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks with the ninth pick of the 1991 NBA draft. He was the first player in the top ten draft picks to work out a deal, a 5-year contract worth between 6.5 and 7 million dollars. [6] Augmon has played for the Hawks, the Detroit Pistons, the Portland Trail Blazers, the Charlotte Hornets, the New Orleans Hornets, and the Orlando Magic. He holds a scoring average of 8.0 points per game throughout his career.

The Magic decided not to re-sign Augmon for the 2006–07 NBA season, making him an unrestricted free agent. On October 3, 2007, the Denver Nuggets announced the signing of the 15-year veteran, [7] but he was later waived on the 24th. [8] One month and three days later, Denver re-hired Augmon, this time as a player development coach. [9]

Post-playing career

[10] In May 2011, he left the Denver Nuggets to join the staff of former Rebels teammate Dave Rice as an assistant coach for UNLV. [2] In Sept 2016, he was named an assistant coach for the Milwaukee Bucks. [11]

NBA career statistics

Legend
  GPGames played  GS Games started MPG Minutes per game
 FG%  Field goal percentage 3P%  3-point field goal percentage FT%  Free throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game APG  Assists per game SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game PPG Points per game Bold Career high

Regular season

YearTeamGPGSMPGFG%3P%FT%RPGAPGSPGBPGPPG
1991–92 Atlanta 828230.5.489.167.6665.12.51.5.313.3
1992–93 Atlanta 736628.9.501.000.7393.92.31.2.214.0
1993–94 Atlanta 828231.8.510.143.7644.82.31.8.614.8
1994–95 Atlanta 767631.1.453.269.7284.82.61.3.613.9
1995–96 Atlanta 774929.8.491.250.7923.91.81.4.412.7
1996–97 Detroit 20314.6.403.000.6832.5.8.5.54.5
1996–97 Portland 40716.3.517.000.7322.21.0.8.24.7
1997–98 Portland 712320.4.414.143.6033.31.2.8.45.7
1998–99 Portland 482118.2.448.000.6842.61.21.2.44.3
1999–00 Portland 59011.7.474.000.6732.0.9.5.23.4
2000–01 Portland 662317.9.477.000.6552.41.5.7.34.7
2001–02 Charlotte 77317.1.427.000.7622.91.3.7.24.6
2002–03 New Orleans 70312.3.411.000.7501.71.0.4.13.0
2003–04 New Orleans 692420.5.412.143.7912.51.2.8.25.8
2004–05 Orlando 55712.1.407.000.7401.8.7.4.23.5
2005–06 Orlando 36310.7.342.000.7001.5.6.3.22.0
Career100147221.6.469.152.7283.21.61.0.38.0

Playoffs

YearTeamGPGSMPGFG%3P%FT%RPGAPGSPGBPGPPG
1993 Atlanta 3331.0.452.000.6672.71.71.3.012.0
1994 Atlanta 111129.5.517.000.7112.62.5.6.210.8
1995 Atlanta 3117.3.429.000.7502.31.71.0.07.0
1996 Atlanta 101031.4.486.000.8253.62.71.1.610.3
1998 Portland 407.0.500.000.500.8.3.5.21.3
1999 Portland 13013.5.357.000.8332.5.4.6.22.7
2000 Portland 704.9.333.000.500.3.0.0.01.3
2001 Portland 2014.0.400.0001.0002.02.0.5.05.0
2002 Charlotte 9016.9.390.000.7623.01.41.1.15.3
2003 New Orleans 4017.3.333.000.8752.5.8.8.04.3
2004 New Orleans 7024.0.375.000.8892.71.0.9.17.4
Career772519.1.438.000.7802.31.3.7.26.0

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References

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  2. 1 2 Augmon hired as UNLV assistant coach, accessed May 4, 2011
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