Jeff Mullins is s former professional basketball player in the National Basketball League. In 1975, he became an NBA Champion while he played for the Golden State Warriors.
Player Profile and High School and College Career
Jeffrey Vincent Mullins was born on March 18, 1942, in Queens, New York in the United States of America. He stands 193 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 86 kg.
He attended Lafayette High School in Lexington, Kentucky. In his senior year, he was named Kentucky Mr. Basketball. He was also named to the First-team Parade All-American in 1960. Mullins later attended Duke University and played for the college from 1961 to 1964.
In 1964, he was named the ACC Player of the Year and the ACC Athlete of the Year. He has also been named a Consensus Second-team All-American.
Mullins joined the NBA in 1964 and was drafted in the first round as the fifth overall pick, chosen by the then St. Louis Hawks. He played with the Hawks from 1964 to 1966. Later, he moved to play for the Golden State Warriors.
From 1969 to 1971, he was named an NBA All-Star three times. In 1975, he was part of the team that won the NBA Championship. He played 11 years with the Warriors mad he retired in 1976.
In 1985, he started coaching the men’s basketball team at the University of North Carolina. He was the team’s coach through to 1996.
- 1975 - NBA champion
- 1969–1971 - NBA All-Star
- 1964 - Consensus second-teamAll-American
- 1964 - ACC Player of the Year
- 1964 - ACC Athlete of the Year
- 1962–1964 - First-team All-ACC
- No. 44 retired by Duke Blue Devils
- 1960 - First-team ParadeAll-American
- 1960 - Kentucky Mr. Basketball
As a Coach:
- 1985–1996 - Charlotte 49ers