Catching up with... Jeff Mullins

[URL=http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/05/25/SPRF17LE2J.DTL][COLOR=DarkGreen][U][B]From the San Francisco Chronicle[/B][/U][/COLOR][/URL]

A guard who ranks sixth on the Warriors' career scoring list (12,547 points), Mullins retired a year after the team's 1975 championship season. Mullins stayed out of basketball for nearly a decade before becoming the head coach at UNC Charlotte in 1985.

C-Pip for NNN poster of the summer.

Jeff Mullins is a class act that helped put Niner B-ball back on the map. It’s amazing that 20 years after graduation from there he still remembers my name when he sees me. We will always owe a debt of gratitude to him.

By far one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet.

How freaking cool is Legends of Basketball?

Our hope our young guys are getting a little exposure to it.

Jeff Mullins is a class act that helped put Niner B-ball back on the map.
That statement sums it up. Not only did Jeff rebuild the program, but he also sold and promoted the program while almost immediately bringing enthusiasm back to Niner Basketball.
That statement sums it up. Not only did Jeff rebuild the program, but he also sold and promoted the program while almost immediately bringing enthusiasm back to Niner Basketball.

100% Accurate!!!

[QUOTE=DrJ708;410155]Jeff Mullins is a class act that helped put Niner B-ball back on the map. [/QUOTE]

Yep! But never won an NCAA or NIT game with us. :unhappy: