Jacque Vaughn

Jacque Vaughn
Jacque Vaughn cropped.jpg
Vaughn in 2007
Brooklyn Nets
PositionAssistant coach
Personal information
Born (1975-02-11) February 11, 1975 (age 43)
Los Angeles, California
Listed height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Listed weight190 lb (86 kg)
Career information
High schoolJohn Muir (Pasadena, California)
CollegeKansas (1993–1997)
NBA draft1997 / Round: 1 / Pick: 27th overall
Selected by the Utah Jazz
Playing career1997–2009
PositionPoint guard
Coaching career2010–present
Career history
As player:
19972001Utah Jazz
2001–2002Atlanta Hawks
2002–2003Orlando Magic
2003–2004Atlanta Hawks
20042006New Jersey Nets
20062009San Antonio Spurs
As coach:
20102012San Antonio Spurs (assistant)
20122015Orlando Magic
2016–presentBrooklyn Nets (assistant)
Career highlights and awards
Career NBA statistics
Points3,463 (4.5 ppg)
Rebounds1,028 (1.3 rpg)
Assists1,919 (2.5 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Jacque Vaughn (born February 11, 1975) is an American former professional basketball player and coach who is currently an assistant coach for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).[1]

High school career

A native of Los Angeles, California, Vaughn attended John Muir High School in nearby Pasadena, where he maintained a 3.94 GPA in honors and AP courses,[citation needed] and became the best high school player in that area since former Muir and NBA standout Stacey Augmon. Vaughn excelled both on and off the court, and by his senior year was ranked as high as the #7 high school recruit in the country and the #2 point guard in the class of 1993 behind arguably the nation's top player that year, Randy Livingston. Over the course of the season, Vaughn averaged over 21 points and 19 assists per game, while also compiling six triple-doubles. Named a First-Team All-American by nearly every publication on the market, Vaughn rounded off his special season with a selection to participate in the prestigious McDonald's All-American Game where he put on a show, scoring only 6 points but amassing 13 assists (still a McDonald's record), while also thoroughly outplaying the higher-ranked Livingston once again—this time on a national stage (they had both matched up against each other in the All-Star Game of the 1992 Nike Camp), and was named co-MVP with North Carolina's Jerry Stackhouse in the process. After considering Georgetown, Indiana, UNLV, Arizona and UCLA, Vaughn decided to play for coach Roy Williams at Kansas, continuing, along with fellow recruit and college roommate Scot Pollard, the California pipeline of high school hoopsters to Lawrence, Kansas, started by former standouts Adonis Jordan and Rex Walters, and continuing in later years with Paul Pierce, and Eric Chenowith.

As a senior in high school in 1993, Vaughn was awarded the Dial Award as the nation's top male high school scholar-athlete, becoming the first basketball player ever to win that award.

Other Languages
العربية: جاك فوغن
Deutsch: Jacque Vaughn
español: Jacque Vaughn
français: Jacque Vaughn
italiano: Jacque Vaughn
русский: Вон, Жак