Born on May 6, 1988, a high profile player with zeal and zenith to move up in his career.
He started playing basket ball from childhood but school and college level play added real spark and class to his game. Basket ball is his passion and that’s what he dreamt for.
His full name is Ryan James Anderson and he was a child with basket ball passion right from his childhood which grown further with the added energy in his body. He lists golf as one of his favorite hobbies but never preferred anything over basket ball. He also has a kind heart in his chest as he has the old knack of visiting for the poor and impoverished areas of Mexico.
He was given the nick name rhino while calling, his favorite television show is family guy. Ryan James Anderson is a man with immense records and awesome history right from his schooling to college life. These were his school and college records that make it lot easier for him to make a break through by playing at the international arena.
He was frequently called as college capsule as this man had always played with some real passion and enthusiasm. He always makes his college shine among the leaders of basket ball game. Ryan Anderson Played two seasons at the University of California at an average of 18.7 ppg, the 9.0 rpg and 33.0 mpg in his all 66 career game.
Although Ryan had was often used to play at a call but he never make it look like an ordinary effort as he was used to score from three point angle and from field as well. His shots were used to make an impact in the overall look of the game. It always looked from his game that a professional is shooting with perfection. His immense potential makes him earn third rank in rebounding with the pulling down 9.9 rpg.
Ryan has the honor of scoring a high mark of 697 points which were ranked as the second highest total in the basket ball play of California history. It was not his first land mark though as he had already done it at his school level as well by making a school history to record at least 600 points while 300 rebounds in a single season.
The success continued fro him as fresh man as well where he led the Bears in scoring and rebounding at an average of scoring 16.3 ppg and 8.2 rpg. Ryan finished fifth in the conference and was named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10. The man also named as MVP of the Great Alaska Shootout.
Solomon also appeared in 129 career NBA regular season games where he played for New Jersey and Orlando. His career average is 7.6 ppg and 4.0 rpg. He was expert in scoring from three-point range. He also holds the record of playing nine playoff outings at an average of 2.6 ppg and 3.4 rpg. The year 2008-09 saw him playing in his rookie campaign with New Jersey. This man finally did it by standing at 10th rank among all NBA rookies in three-point FG percentage.
His career transaction was made by New Jersey in first round (21st overall) of 2008 NBA Draft which was traded by New Jersey along with Vince Carter in swap for Tony Battie, Rafer Alston and Courtney Lee.