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Known affectionately as the "Plastic Man", Stacey Augmon was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks with the ninth overall pick of the 1991 NBA Draft and made an immediate impact on the team on the way to NBA All-Rookie honors.
As a rookie Augmon scored 20 or more points on 15 occasions, including a 32-point outburst in a home win over the Warriors late in the season. Stacey earned Rookie of the Month honors in April after averaging 19.6 points over the final 10 games of the season.
Overall, Stacey played five seasons with the Hawks helping the team reach the postseason four times. He started all 82 regular season games in two of his years in Atlanta.
In the summer of 1996 Augmon was traded by the Hawks to the Detroit Pistons. After stints with the Pistons, Blazers, Rockets, Hornets and Magic, Augmon hung up his playing shoes after a 15-year career. He served as an assistant with the Denver Nuggets for four seasons before joining his Alma Mater, UNLV, as an assistant in May of 2011.
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