Game in and game out, the Canadian just flat out gets the job done whether it's pouring in the points, grabbing rebounds, setting up teammates for buckets or making plays on defense.
The high-flying act was certainly the best man on the court on Tuesday night for Kataja Basket as they won at Le Mans Sarthe, 74-57, for the club's fourth straight win.
Mullings was so good that he helped the Finnish club overcome the absence of point guard Teemu Rannikko. The 1.88m guard is averaging 16 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and a competition best 3.1 steals per game.
Most important of all, Mullings and Co have played so well of late that they are firmly in contention for a spot in the Play-offs. They are now 6-4 and just a game behind Group B leaders Le Mans and Umana Reyer Venezia (both 7-3). Pinar Karsiyaka are also 6-4 and in third place.
The ideal five of the tenth week of action in the Regular Season also includes Bryon Allen of CEZ Nymburk, Patrick Richard of Maccabi Rand Media, Stefan Bircevic of Partizan, and Romeo Travis from SIG Strasbourg.