Underrated Warrior: Does Chris Mullin Belong in the Hall of Fame?

December 6th, 2009 by Mike B. Leave a reply »
We all know Scottie Pippen and Karl Malone will be giving their Hall of Fame speeches next September. That's guaranteed.

But what about their former Dream Team buddy, Chris Mullin?

No, Mully didn't win six championships like Pippen. Actually, he didn't win any championships.

And no, he didn't win two MVP awards like Malone, but he was named to four All-NBA Teams and enjoyed a sensational 16-year career averaging 18.2 points per game.

After starring at St. John's University, he was selected by the Golden Warriors with the seventh overall pick of the 1985 NBA Draft.

Mullin averaged at least 25 points per game from 1988-89 until 1992-1993 and was named an All-Star in each of those five seasons.

In Golden State, he teamed with fellow All-Stars Tim Hardaway and Mitch Richmond to form the high scoring trio known as "Run TMC."

He was a member of the Original Dream Team, which was the United States Men's basketball team that won a gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics. He was the fourth leading scoring on the team averaging 12.9 points per game.

Mullin was traded to the Indiana Pacers in 1997 ...

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