The Warriors organization finally has something to celebrate this year as Chris Mullin was selected to the NBA Hall of Fame. Mullin, drafted out of St. Johns in 1985, spent his first twelve seasons with the Warriors, leading them to five post season appearances. He was a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, including being a part of the 1992 Dream Team. He transformed himself from a heavy drinker who rarely worked out early in his career to a dynamic scorer whose mix of flash and grit endeared him to all NBA fans. It is tremendous to see one of the best ever Warriors players to receive the credit he deserves and gain a place among the NBA’s all-time greats.
-17,911 points scored (18.2 apg)
-5 time NBA All-Star (including all-NBA first team in 1992)
-2 time Olympic Gold Medalist in 1984 and 1992
-1985 John Wooden Award Winner