14. Ryan Hollins 2007-16
Played with the Charlotte Bobcats, Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings, Washington Wizards and the Memphis Grizzlies
Hollins is indeed an NBA journeyman, roaming from city to city, looking for a place to call home. In his 11 years in the NBA, Hollins played on 9 teams with one stop off in the D-League.
It was unclear how Hollins would operate in the NBA, though his final season in Westwood helped out his draft stock. In his time under former UCLA Basketball Steve Lavin, he was good, but he did not hit his potential. Under Ben Howland, that changed as Hollins became a hard-nosed defensive center that took crap from no one.
Hollins was essential in the Bruin’s first Final Four run under Howland as he was named the (west) Oakland Regional MVP and was key to beating Gonzaga in one of the most epic comebacks in NCAA Tournament history.
Hollins is currently an on-air personality for ESPN Radio.
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