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Take a peek at the Top 10 Plays from Friday night's action in the NBA.


Nikola Vucevic goes off for 25 points with 10 rebounds as the Magic beat the Grizzlies 119-107.


Jordan Farmar finds Ryan Hollins for the alley-oop dunk.


Zach Randolph heats up for 14 points with 13 rebounds as the Grizzlies beat the Suns 103-97.


Zach Randolph scores 28 points, grabs 11 rebounds and dishes 10 assists to lead the Grizzlies to victory over the Clippers, 113-102.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo's 15 points and 11 assists lead the Bucks as they get the hard fought win over the Grizzlies 96-86.


Tony Allen makes the wrap-around feed to Ryan Hollins who finishes with the dunk.


Paul Millsap scores 21 points and grabs seven rebounds as the Hawks beat the Grizzlies, 95-83.


Briante Weber drives to the basket and splits the defense with the behind the back pass to Ryan Hollins.


Lance Stephenson goes off for 33 points with 7 rebounds as the Grizzlies beat the Pelicans 121-114 in overtime.


Isaiah Thomas scores 22 points and hands out fives assists to lead the Celtics past the visiting Grizzlies, 116-96.

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Devin Booker heats up for 27 points with 9 assists as the Suns beat the Grizzlies 109-100.

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Ryan Hollins destroys Tyson Chandler's layup attempt.

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Mike Conley scores 20 points, Jeff Green has 12 of his 18 in the third quarter, as the Grizzlies beat the Nets 109-90.


Mario Chalmers floats a pass to Ryan Hollins for the two-handed slam.


Ryan Hollins skies through the lane and throws down the two-hand lob slam.


Ryan Hollins takes the contact but gets the roll for the tough hoop and foul.


Here are the Top 10 Plays in the NBA from Thursday night's games.


Ryan Hollins skies and denies Johnny O'Bryant at the rim with the huge block.

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Ryan Hollins gets up high and rejects Trey Burke's shot attempt.


Professional History

2013-14 SEASON:
Appeared in 61 games and averaged 2.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.5 blocks in 7.9 minutes per game. • Recorded two or more rebounds in 22 games this season. • Led the team in blocks eight times and personal fouls five times. • Tied for third on the team in blocked shots (31). • Accounted for new season-highs in points (10), assists (2), field goals made (5) and tied a season-high in blocks (2) on 2/7 vs. Philadelphia. • Responsible for six points on 3/1 vs. New Orleans to go along with two rebounds and one block in 8:30 minutes off the bench. • Recorded five points on 3/6 at Lakers in addition to one rebound and one block in 7:26 minutes.
PLAYOFFS: Registered one rebound on 4/21 vs. Golden State in 4:36 minutes off the bench. • Recorded three points on 4/27 at Golden State in addition to one rebound.

2012-13 (Clippers): Averaged 3.4 points, 2.3 rebounds and 0.5 blocks in 11.1 minutes in 60 games. • Had a season-high 13 points on 5-6 shooting and tied a season-high with eight rebounds on 2/6/13 at Orlando. • Tied season-highs with eight rebounds and three blocks on 3/30/13 at Houston.
PLAYOFFS: Averaged 2.2 points, 1.0rebounds and 7.5 minutes in six playoff games.

2011-12 (Cleveland-Boston): In 39 games total, averaged 3.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 13.4 minutes per game. • Finished the season in Boston, averaging 2.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and 10.7 minutes in 15 games played. • Connected on 64.3% of his field goals for the Celtics.
PLAYOFFS: Averaged 1.5 points and 1.6 rebounds in 17 playoff games for the Celtics.

2010-11 (Cleveland): Averaged 5.3 points on a career-high 59.8% shooting, 2.7 rebounds, 0.6 blocks and a career-high 16.9 minutes per game in 70 games played (16 starts). • In 16 starts, averaged 7.8 points on 63.4% shooting, 3.8 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in 26.6 minutes per game. • Over his last 12 games of the season, scored in double-digits eight times and averaged 9.3 points on 67.8 shooting, 3.7 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 28.7 minutes. • Scored 10 or more points 13 times. • Led the team in rebounds twice and blocks, a team-leading 22 times. • 4/5/11 vs. Charlotte, scored a season-high 16 points.

2009-10 (Minnesota): Averaged a career-high 6.1 points on 55.8% shooting to go with 2.8 rebounds and 16.8 minutes in 73 games played (27 starts). • Scored in double-figures 13 times. • Missed six games from January 6-15 due to an upper respiratory infection. • Recorded a season-high 19 points on two occasions: vs. Denver on 11/25/09 and the Clippers on 1/29/10. • Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds twice: at Indiana on 1/2/10 and vs. Dallas on 3/8/10.

2008-09 (Charlotte-Dallas): In 45 games (three starts) for Charlotte and Dallas averaged 3.2 points on 53.2% shooting and 2.2 rebounds in 9.9 minutes per game. • Traded to Dallas along with Matt Carroll for DeSagana Diop on 1/16/09. • 3/19/09 at Atlanta, scored a season-high 13 points. • 3/29/09 at Cleveland, grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds. • 3/27/09 vs. Denver, had a career-high four blocks.
PLAYOFFS: Averaged 2.4 points and 2.7rebounds in nine playoff games for the Mavericks.

2007-08 (Charlotte): Averaged 2.5 points, 1.8 rebounds and 8.9 minutes in 60 games (one start). • Led the team in blocks 11 times. • Scored a season-high 11 points on two occasions at Atlanta on 11/14/07 and vs. Indiana on 3/19/08.

2006-07 (Charlotte): Averaged 2.4 points, 1.1 rebounds and 6.9 minutes in 27 games played (zero starts). • Assigned to the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League from 11/22/06-12/19/06. • In six games for the Flyers averaged 12.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game.

Averaged 5.7 points on 57.5% shooting and 4.0 rebounds over his four-year collegiate career. • Finished as the fourth all-time leading shot-blocker in UCLA history with 101 blocks. • As a senior averaged 7.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 21.5 minutes per game. • Ranked ninth in the Pac-10 in blocks. • Scored in double-figures on 11 occasions, including five of the six games in the NCAA Tournament. • Earned NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player honors. • As a junior played in 28 games (six starts) averaging 4.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and a team-high 0.8 blocks in 16.4 minutes per game. • As a sophomore played in 28 games (16 starts) averaging 6.5 points and 4.3 rebounds in 25.4 minutes per game. • As a freshman averaged 4.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 16.7 minutes per game.

Full name is Ryan Kenwood Hollins. • Has three children; Jeremiah, Chris and Lauren • Has one sister, Julie, and one daughter, Lauren. • Competed for UCLA track and field team in the high jump, long jump, and triple jump. • Was a member of the United States basketball team that won the Global Games Championship in Dallas and finished fifth place at the 2003 FIBA Junior World Championships in Thessaloniki Greece. • During the 2003 FIBA Junior World Championships, average 7.8 points on 48.0% shooting, 6.3 rebounds and 1.1 blocks. • Co-owner of H.O.M.E., (House of Music & Entertainment) in Beverly Hills. • Follow Hollins on Twitter: @TheRyanHollins.

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