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Published February 02, 2017
Chris Mullin's new job as men's basketball coach of the St. John's Red Storm -- his alma mater -- means a cross-country move for the basketball Hall of Famer. Mullins is offloading his $2.6 million, five-bedroom home in Danville, CA.
Along with his illustrious career as a lethal scorer for the Golden State Warriors, the sharp-shooting forward also joined fellow Hall of Famers Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing, and Larry Bird on the U.S. Olympic "Dream Team" in 1992, winning the gold medal.
His 5,469-square-foot Mediterranean-style home in Northern California comes with a five-car garage and a detached guest cabana with one bedroom and one bathroom.
The half-acre property has a privacy hedge around the perimeter. Within, you'll find a small pool and plenty of space to entertain friends and family.
The interiors are luxurious, with high ceilings and cavernous windows throughout. An iron staircase winds around the two-story foyer, which is topped by a chandelier.