Mullin was a great player for the Warriors franchise. He was there when the team was making playoff appearances and when the team was down as well. One of the saddest days in franchise history was when he was traded to the Indiana Pacer, but it was great to see him retire a Warrior.
He was crafty, could shoot the basketball, was a terrific defender, and could handle the ball as well.
Mullin ranks: first in games, first in steals, second in minutes played, third in field goals, third in three point field goals, fourth in points, fourth in field goals attempted, fourth in three pointers attempted, fourth in free throw percentage, fourth in assists, fourth in defensive rebounds, fifth in free throws, fifth in steals per game, sixth in free throws attempted, seventh in blocks, ninth in offensive rebounds, and 10th in field goal percentage.
His first stint with the Warriors went from 1985-1986 to 1996-1997 and his second stint went from 2000-2001.
Mullin's accolades are a First Team All-NBA Selection, two Second Team All-NBA selections, and a Third Team All-NBA selection.
Best season 1988-1989 when he averaged 26.5 points, 5.9 rebounds, 5.1 assists, 2.1 steals, .5 blocks, on 50.9 percent shooting, 23 percent from three, and 89.2 percent from the free throw line.
Mullin played college ball at St. Johns