Happy Birthday:
Stacey Augmon

August 1, 1968 - Stacey Orlando Augmon is a retired American professional basketball player, formerly in the NBA. He gained the nickname “Plastic Man” due to his athletic ability to “stretch”. A defensive specialist, Stacey Augmon played guard and forward for the Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons, Portland Trail Blazers, Charlotte / New Orleans Hornets and Orlando Magic of the NBA from 1991 to 2006. He is currently an assistant coach at his alma mater UNLV under Dave Rice.







To start my first Digimon set we’ve got Augmon and Gabumon with their in-training forms. The first 2 of my 8 piece pack.

Digimon pack prices:

I just noticed my logo on the Augmon button is kinda big but it’s been a long day so I’ll shrink it tomorrow =3=;

As the NCAA Tournament gets set to begin, we look back at the 1989-90 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. The squad took exception to the media’s portrayal of them as thugs and took on an “us against the world” mentality. That fire drove them to manhandle opponents throughout the tournament, putting up three 30-point victories, including the only championship game to hit the century mark in a 103-73 embarrassment of Duke. (Peter Read Miller/SI, John Biever/SI, John W. McDonough/SI)

GALLERY: Iconic NCAA Tournament Teams

anonymous said:

What's the meaning behind Brandons "never forget" jacket?

“They were the first rock stars in my life, the starting five of the ’89 Rebels,” Flowers said in a phone interview Monday afternoon. This was two days after donning a customized letter jacket with “UNLV” stitched in small letters on the left front breast and the names of that starting five listed on the back during a performance Saturday at Reunion Park leading to the Final Four at AT&T Stadium.

Flowers took the stage appearing to wear a common UNLV letter jacket. But when he turned facing away from the audience, the back showed the message “Never Forget” and names familiar to any college hoops fan: Johnson, Augmon, Butler, Anthony and Hunt.


So I’ve reached episode 38 of Digimon and here are a few of my thoughts:

  • They have the worst teacher I’ve ever seen. He literally sees nothing wrong with dropping off a group of kids, unchaperoned, in another city because an 11-year-old said he’d be responsible for them.
  • I love how a hat and a raincoat is so clever a disguise for Tentomon that Augmon gets jealous and needs a hoodie. Neither of those outfits make you look any less like weird little monsters.
  • I appreciate that Patamon (the cutest one) turns into a angelic monster babe. Same for Tailmon.
  • Still laugh at Weregarurumon’s pants every single time.