Ryan Hollins (also known as “The Booty Call”) is a former American professional basketball player. After his NBA retirement, he participated in the popular morning program “First Take” on ESPN TV. His annual ESPN salary is around $0.5 million. But what is the total net worth of Ryan Hollins right now? Let’s check it out.
Ryan Hollins Net Worth and NBA Salary
Hollins started his professional NBA career in 2006, and the chapter was closed in 2017. Along with the NBA, he played in the NBA Development League (D-League), Spanish professional basketball, and Italian professional basketball. As of now, Ryan’s net worth is $1.9 million. His yearly salary income is around $1.1 million.
- Salary Details:
|Total Salary Earned From NBA Player:||$13.2 Million|
|Average Annual Salary:||$1.32 million|
|Highest Paid Season 2010-11:||$2.33 million|
|Debut Season Salary:||$0.4 million|
|Total Salary Earned From Minnesota Timberwolves:||$2.1 million|
|Salary Earned From Cleveland Cavaliers:||$4.3 million|
Family and Childhood
Ryan Hollins was born on October 10, 1984, in Pasadena, California.
His father: Denier Hollins
His sister: Julie Hollins
Ryan finished his school life at John Muir High School in Pasadena, California.
He spent his golden college years at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Here he represented the UCLA Bruins men’s basketball program from 2002 to 2006. Here he scored an average of 5.5 points and grabbed four rebounds. He also became the Oakland Regional’s Most Outstanding Player. After a successful college career, he transitioned into a professional basketball career.
|Profession:||Former Basketball Player|
|Full Name:||Ryan Kenwood Hollins|
|Current Age:||37 years|
|Father Name:||Denier Hollins|
|Position:||Center and Power forward|
|College Education:||University of California|
|Birth Date:||October 10, 1984|
|Birthplace:||Pasadena, California, U.S|
|Jersey Number:||1, 5, 15, 20, and 50.|
In his 10-year-long career, he wore the jerseys of the Charlotte Bobcats, Fort Worth Flyers, Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings, Washington Wizards, Memphis Grizzlies, Herbalife Gran Canaria, and Auxilium Torino.
Ryan Hollins’ Contract History
In the 2006 NBA draft, Charlotte Bobcats took him 50th overall in the 2nd round. On January 17, 2007, he made his NBA debut with this team. He was with this team until 2009.
In the middle of this tenure, he also played for the NBA D-league team, the Fort Worth Flyers.
In 2009, he partially played for the Dallas Mavericks.
He spent time from 2009–2010 with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Ryan played for the Cleveland Cavaliers under their contract in the 2010–2012 seasons.
He played for the Boston Celtics for a short time.
In 2012, he became a player for the Los Angeles Clippers and represented this team from 2012 to 2014.
Wearing the Sacramento Kings jersey, he spent time from 2014–2015.
He was a player for the Washington Wizards in 2015.
As a player for the Memphis Grizzlies, he passed his 2015–2016 seasons.
Moving to Spain, he played for the Spanish professional basketball team Herbalife Gran Canaria in the 2016–2017 seasons. He also played in the Italian basketball leagues in the last phase of his career. The last team of his professional career was the Auxilium Torino (an Italian basketball team). He played for this team in 2017.
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Records and Awards
He also got the chance to represent the national team in various international basketball events and brought honor to the nation. As a USA national basketball team member, he participated in the 2015 Pan American Games – Men’s tournament and won the bronze medal. In his NBA career, he took part in a total of 518 games. The NBA career statistics are
Rebounds 1140 2.2 RPG on average, Assists 151 0.3 APG on average FG% of 58.4, FG3% of 0.0, FT% of 64.9, eFG% of 58.4, PER 11.0, WS 10.4
Ryan Hollins’ Wife and Kids
The age of this reputed professional is 37 years old now. Ryan Hollins is married in his personal life. He married Janice Hollins. The conjugal life of Ryan Hollins and Janice Hollins is blessed with three children. They are Lauren Hollins, her son, Jeremiah Hollins, and Chris Hollins.
Height, Weight, and Jersey Number
Ryan Hollins stands up to 7 feet tall and weighs 240 pounds. From the first to the last of his professional career, he ran after the ball, playing in the center and power-forward positions. With his satisfactory performance, he proved there was no alternative to him. Running in these positions, he helped his team to gain success against the opponent. The shooting style of this man is right.
Over the past five years, Rick C. Nees has written hundreds of NBA players' biographies, some of which have already been published in famous newspapers. He previously worked as- Commentator, Basketball Analyst, Basketball Player, Newspaper Sports Editor, Radio sports presenter. Rick grew up watching basketball leagues. He was a state-level high school basketball player who followed all NBA events since he was a child.