OAKLAND – Chris Mullin, a five-time All-Star and the Golden State Warriors’ fourth-leading career scorer, rejoined the Warriors as a special assistant Tuesday.
Mullin, who played 13 of his 16 NBA seasons with Golden State, will work in player development and evaluation while also playing a role in the team’s business operations, chief operating officer Robert Rowell said.
He will not take a supervisory role above general manager Garry St. Jean.
Mullin, the seventh overall draft pick in 1985, played his first 12 seasons with Golden State, averaging a career-high 26.5 points during the 1988-89 season. He was a star on the Warriors’ playoff teams in the early 1990s before the franchise began its current string of eight consecutive losing seasons.