HOLLYWOOD — Despite basketball and hockey playoff distractions, four top weekly syndies jumped by double digits over the prior ratings period.

Two of these, Twentieth’s off-net “World’s Wildest Police Videos” (2.3 Nielsen score) and Columbia TriStar’s actioner “V.I.P.” (2.0), rebounded 21% and 25%, respectively, from last week’s season lows.

Results mark the second full week of sweeps ending May 12.

Leading weeklies “Entertainment Tonight Weekend” (3.9, up 18%) and “X-Files” (3.0, up 15%) also played well against sports competition. Rookie half-hour “Hot Ticket” (1.7, up 13%) is tracking 42% higher than where it was two weeks ago.

Most strips held steady. A few freshmen firstrun efforts slightly improved, including “Crossing Over With John Edward” (1.9, up 6%), “Weakest Link” (1.9, up 6%) and “Elimidate” (1.6, up 7%).

Two veteran gavelers “Divorce Court” (2.8, up 4%) and “Judge Hatchett” (1.8, up 6%) similarly gained some ground. “Divorce Court,” up 12% from this time last year, is one of the few judge shows displaying year-to-year growth.

Elsewhere, “Blind Date” (2.0, up 5%) is moving farther ahead of its veteran dating rival “Change of Heart” (1.2, down 14%), whose marks equal its season low.