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Mullin chooses Carnesecca for HOF intro

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Mullin chooses Carnesecca for HOF intro

Aug. 3, 2011WARRIORS PAGE WARRIORS VIDEO

CSNBayArea.com staff

Former Warriors great Chris Mullin, set to be inducted to the Basketball Hall of Fame on Aug. 12, will be presented by Lou Carnesecca.

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area NBA Insider Matt Steinmetz reported the news in May and confirmed it Wednesday.

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will officially announce its presenters later today.

Mullin earned NCAA College Player of the Year honors playing for Carnesecca at St. John's University. He was a five-time NBA All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist.

REWIND: Mullin elected to Hall of Fame

Mullin and Wilt Chamberlain are the only Warriors to record five consecutive seasons of 25 points per game.

Entering the Hall alongside Mullin will be Dennis Rodman, Artis Gilmore, Arvydas Sabonis, and Tex Winter.

Nuggets head coach Michael Malone suspended for game against Kings

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Nuggets head coach Michael Malone suspended for game against Kings

Michael Malone won't be on the sideline when his Nuggets take on his former team on Monday night.

The NBA announced Monday afternoon that Malone has been suspended without pay for the game against the Kings.

The suspension stems from Malone "entering the court, halting play and making contact with a game official" during Denver's game against the Lakers on Sunday. The incident occurred midway through the second quarter.

Malone was hired as head coach of the Kings prior to the 2013-14 season. He was fired just 24 games into the 2014-15 season.

Coverage of the Nuggets and Kings gets underway at 6:30pm on NBC Sports California and streaming on the NBC Sports App.

49ers claim former Jaguars defensive lineman off waivers

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49ers claim former Jaguars defensive lineman off waivers

The San Francisco 49ers' defensive line will have a new member coming off of the bye week.

The 49ers claimed defensive lineman Sheldon Day of waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday. The Jaguars waived Day on Saturday in order to make room for the return of rookie wide receiver Dede Westbrook off of injured reserve. 

Day, a 2016 fourth round pick, posted 11 tackles and two tackles in 22 games over the last two seasons with Jacksonville. He played fewer than 30 snaps in all seven games with the Jaguars this season. 

Defensive lineman Arik Armstead, defensive tackle Tank Carradine, and defensive tackle Chris Jones are all on injured reserve, while defensive lineman Aaron Lynch missed the 49ers' last game in Week 10.

San Francisco ranks 22nd in the league in sacks, 23rd in pass defense, and 31st in rush defense.