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IC Cold Links: Chris Mullin Enshrined in Hall of Fame Today

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Chris Mullin will be officially enshrined into the Basketball Hall of Fame today, along with Dennis Rodman, Arvydas Sabonis and others.  Mullin is known mostly for this days with the Golden State Warriors, but he brought his leadership, professionalism, and sweet outside stroke to the Pacers as they attempted to turn the corner and win the NBA Championship.  Obviously, his third year they fell short, but made the NBA Finals nonetheless.  Mullin didn't play the minutes he was used to but took advantage of every opportunity he was given, while also tutuoring Jalen Rose...allowing him to come into his own in Indiana.

It is always exciting to see a guy like Chris Mullin get the accreditation he deserves, especially when there is a connection such as this with the Pacers.  Hopefully we can have two former Pacers over the span of two years be enshrined into the Basketball Hall of Fame (Reggie Miller...should have been this year).

After the jump, check out the links of the day...

PACERS: Caught in the Web Indiana Pacers blog - Pacers praise Hall of Famer Mullin as "consummate pro"

Mullin left indelible mark on Pacers over 3 seasons | The Indianapolis Star |

For Chris Mullin, Time to Say Thanks -

Unheralded Chris Mullin earned his legacy in the NBA | Glenn Dickey | NBA | San Francisco Examiner

NUGGETS: Nuggets executive excited for Mullin's Hall of Fame induction
Great story about Mullin spreading hoops goodwill around the world with his sweet stroke.

Walsh wanted Mullin as Knicks GM -

Steinmetz: Chris Mullin's all-time list
All kinds of Mully links along with the story.

Steinmetz: Chris Mullin's all-time list
All kinds of Mully links along with the story.

Basketball Hall of Fame 2011 - NBA Topics - ESPN

Dennis Rodman, Chris Mullin, Tex Winter lead Hall of Fame's Class of 2011 - ESPN Chicago

Mysteries of the NBA Lockout - Part 4 - Clips Nation
Steve Perrin continues his series on issues impacting the NBA lockout.

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