One of Brooklyn’s favorite sons, basketball star Chris Mullin was known for his shooting accuracy and his uncanny instincts on the court, and his work ethic and easy-going personality off it. At St. John’s, Mullin was known as one of the greatest college basketball players of all-time before embarking on a spectacular 16-year NBA career with the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers. One of the members of the United States original “Dream Team” at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Mullin starred alongside Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and others to help the team bring home Olympic gold. Upon retirement, Mullin served as the Warriors’ general manager for four years. Chris lives with his wife and four children in San Francisco’s East Bay.