Chris Mullin Jersey Retirement

Chris Mullin: Hall
of Fame Recap
Chris Mullin Hall
of Fame Feature
Chris Mullin: HOF Class of 2011
Chris Mullin HOF Induction Speech
Chris Mullin Jersey Retirement Speech
Chris Mullin's
Jersey Retired
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Mullin & Jackson
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Back To The Bay
Run TMC Roundtable (Part 1)

Run TMC Roundtable (Part 2)

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Making of Run TMC
Mullin's Peers Offer Congratulations

Hall of Fame - Red Carpet: Chris Mullin
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Interview With Roye
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Reaction To Honor
8/11 Press Conference Speech

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Quest For Glory
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Summer Vacation
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Paris
Trip
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BASHOF Induction
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The Buzz Cut
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Off-Court Activities
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Dream Team
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Passion For The Game

  • Warriors, former teammates honor Mullin
    Vittorio Tafur - SF Chronicle


  • Chris Mullin's big and telling night
    Scott Howard-Cooper - NBA.com


  • Mullin's speech heartfelt and concise
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Chris Mullin's game demanded respect
    Bruce Jenkins - SF Chronicle


  • Mullin's on-court lessons went far beyond game of basketball
    Jack McCallum - Sports Illustrated


  • For Mullin, Entering the Hall of Fame Means Saying Thanks
    Harvey Araton - New York Times


  • Chris Mullin's Hall career was about timing—and perspective
    Sean Deveney - Sporting News


  • VanDerveer, Mullin have pre-Hall history
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Chris Mullin wants Run TMC raised to the rafters in Oakland
    Tim Kawakami - SJ Mercury News


  • Wide praise for Mullin as H.O.F. comes calling
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Mullin's all-time list
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Mully, Mario and N.Y. playground mojo
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Chris Mullin worked hard for the fun of it
    Scott Ostler - SF Chronicle


  • Mullin to be lauded for his Hall of Fame journey
    Lowell Cohn - Santa Rosa Press Democrat


  • Mullin's most memorable moments
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • St. John’s great Mullin to enter Hall
    Marc Berman - NY Post


  • Mullin had a shot even a legend could admire
    Bruce Jenkins - SF Chronicle


  • Mullin's message for Hall of Fame speech: Thank you
    Mark Emmons, SJ Mercury News


  • Mark Jackson on Chris Mullin: He was a 'bad man'
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Steinmetz: Mullin, W's reconcile over Hall of Fame
    Matt Steinmetz - CSN Bay Area


  • Work ethic, perseverance push Mullin into Hall
    Scott Howard-Cooper - NBA.com



  • Warriors Legend Chris Mullin was officially inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on August 12, 2011, while his #17 will be retired by the organization on March 19, 2012. View our Video Vault above for archived video and new features, and check out a variety of multimedia, links and information below.


  • Mullin Jersey Retirement Night Photos


  • Warriors To Retire Chris Mullin's #17 Jersey


  • Catching Up With Chris Mullin
    Warriors.com Feature


  • 95.7 The Game Radio Appearance (8/9/11)


  • Chronicle Live TV Appearance (8/8/11)


  • ABC7 TV Appearance (8/8/11)


  • KNBR Radio Appearance (8/8/11)


  • Warriors Weekly Radio Show Hall of Fame Feature


  • Chris Mullin Photo Gallery


  • Press Release: Mullin Elected To Hall of Fame


  • NBA CAREER AVERAGES
    YEAR TEAM G MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG TO PPG
    85-86 GSW 55 25.3 .463 .185 .896 2.10 1.9 1.27 .42 1.36 14.0
    86-87 GSW 82 29.0 .514 .302 .825 2.20 3.2 1.20 .44 1.88 15.1
    87-88 GSW 60 33.9 .508 .351 .885 3.40 4.8 1.88 .53 2.60 20.2
    88-89 GSW 82 37.7 .509 .230 .892 5.90 5.1 2.15 .48 3.61 26.5
    89-90 GSW 78 36.3 .536 .372 .889 5.90 4.1 1.58 .58 3.06 25.1
    90-91 GSW 82 40.4 .536 .301 .884 5.40 4.0 2.11 .77 2.99 25.7
    91-92 GSW 81 41.3 .524 .366 .833 5.60 3.5 2.14 .77 2.49 25.6
    92-93 GSW 46 41.3 .510 .451 .810 5.00 3.6 1.48 .89 3.02 25.9
    93-94 GSW 62 37.5 .472 .364 .753 5.60 5.1 1.73 .85 2.87 16.8
    94-95 GSW 25 35.6 .489 .452 .879 4.60 5.0 1.52 .76 3.72 19.0
    95-96 GSW 55 29.4 .499 .393 .856 2.90 3.5 1.36 .58 2.22 13.3
    96-97 GSW 79 34.6 .553 .411 .864 4.00 4.1 1.65 .42 2.43 14.5
    97-98 IND 82 26.5 .481 .440 .939 3.00 2.3 1.16 .48 1.43 11.3
    98-99 IND 50 23.6 .477 .465 .870 3.20 1.6 .94 .26 1.20 10.1
    99-00 IND 47 12.4 .428 .409 .902 1.60 .8 .60 .19 .60 5.1
    00-01 GSW 20 18.7 .340 .365 .857 2.10 1.0 .80 .50 .95 5.8
    Career
    -
    986 32.6 .509 .384 .865 4.10 3.5 1.55 .56 2.35 18.2
    Playoff
    -
    71 29.0 .495 .409 .859 3.30 2.1 1.04 .63 1.92 13.8
    All-Star
    -
    4 19.5 .500 1.000 .875 2.00 2.0 1.00 .25 1.25 8.3

    NBA CAREER
  • Five-time NBA All-Star and four-time All-NBA selection
  • One of two Warriors to average 25-plus points for five consecutive seasons (joining Wilt Chamberlain)
  • Concluded his career boasting a .509 field goal percentage
  • Ranks 65th on all-time NBA scoring list (17,911)


  • OLYMPIC CAREER
  • One of 13 players who have won two gold medals in Olympic competition (1984, 1992)
  • Ranks fourth on all-time Olympic scoring list (196), sixth in assists (53) and third in steals (28)


  • COLLEGE CAREER
  • 1985 College Basketball Player of the Year (John R. Wooden Award, UPI Award, U.S. Basketball Writer's Award)
  • Three-time Big East Conference Player of the Year (only player in Big East history)
  • Leading scorer in 1985 NCAA Tournament


  • HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
  • 1981 McDonald's High School All-American and New York's 'Mr. Basketball'
  • Won New York State Championship as a senior (Xaverian 1981)