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Christopher Mullin is a Brooklyn boy who honed his craft on the cement ball yards of his borough. Three straight seasons Mullin won the Big East Men’s Basketball Player of the Year while at St. John’s. He was chosen as the seventh pick by the Golden State Warriors in the first round of the 1985 NBA draft and played with them for eleven seasons before going to the Pacers and finally back to the Warriors. This blue and gold jersey is from his ’92-93 season with the Warriors. Front shows NBA logo near left shoulder, the captain’s “C” above “Warriors” and his number “17”. Tagging in tail reads: “1992-93 Designed and Tailored Exclusively For Golden State Warriors” and “Champion, Size 44.” Reverse has “Mullin” over number “17.” Excellent game use evident on this one, with lots of puckering of the lettering and numerals.
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