Stacey Augmon

Stacey Augmon

Assistant Coach/Player Development Coach

Stacey Augmon brings over 30 years of basketball experience at the professional and collegiate level as both a player and coach. Augmon, a Pasadena, Calif. native, most recently served as the head coach for Jeonju KCC Egis of the Korean Basketball League during the 2018-19 season leading the team to the KBL Semi-Finals and a 32-30 record.

Before his time in the KBL, Augmon was an assistant coach for the Milwaukee Bucks (2016-18) and Denver Nuggets (2007-11) while also working for his alma mater, UNLV, as an assistant coach for five seasons from 2011-16.

Augmon played 15 seasons in the NBA, accruing averages of 8.0 points (.469 FG%, .728 3pt%), 3.2 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.0 steals and 21.6 minutes per game in 1,001 contests for six teams; Atlanta (1991-96), Detroit (1995-96), Portland (1996-2001), Charlotte (2001-02), New Orleans (2002-04), Orlando (2004-06). Augmon was selected ninth overall in the 1991 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks after a standout collegiate career with the Runnin’ Rebels (1987-91) where he led the team to a National Championship (1990), had his No. 32 retired and in 2002 was inducted into the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame. Augmon was a member of the 1988 United States Olympic Team, which captured a bronze medal at the Seoul Olympics.

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