Christopher Paul Mullin’s was a 6 ft 7 inches basketball player who played for the Warriors as a small forward from 1985 to 2001. This New Yorker was a spot-up shooting guard for the first three seasons and played alongside Eric Floyd. The second season wasn’t very promising since they lost to the NBA champion, Los Angeles Lakers.
The third season brought bad news for Mullin and the team. They were basseted by a gamut of turmoil where with one player named Chris Washburn being accused of drug abuse to Karl getting fired after 64 games. Mullin however, wasn’t very athletic from the beginning and to top it all, he was a drinker since college days. This season made him drown into alcohol even more.
In the year 1988, Mullin and the Warriors saw a turning point. A new coach known as Don Nelson was hired and he revised the team. After this Mullin performed brilliantly for 5 consecutive seasons and went on to become the only Warrior player besides Wilt Chamberlain ever to have five consecutive 25-ppg seasons.
Mullin was named Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Warriors in April 2004.