Report: Zydrunas Wants to Re-Join the...

Report: Zydrunas Wants to Re-Join the Cavs

There are 55 comments on the WJW Fox 8 Cleveland story from Mar 4, 2010, titled Report: Zydrunas Wants to Re-Join the Cavs. In it, WJW Fox 8 Cleveland reports that:

It looks like Zydrunas Ilgauskas, otherwise known as "Z" wants to come back to Cleveland.

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Sam

United States

#43 Mar 20, 2010
Jillyn Willy wrote:
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I don't think I would ever live anywhere near NY. And I have been there. Many times. I live in Bay Village. Guess you couldn't afford to live there. I don't think I saw any posts from Houston. I don't have that much time to be online.
Liar, liar, pants on fire. Again.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#44 Mar 22, 2010
Jillyn Willy wrote:
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You didn't have to be so mean. I was just asking. I have been working tons of overtime at the clinic and haven't been able to keep up with the latest.
Trust me, I wasn't that mean in my post. I understand the whole working lots and all, but it takes 5 minutes and a google search to find out what's going on with Z. I'm not saying this is you, but too many people on the internet ask these basic questions that they could find the answer to themselves if they just took 5 minutes. Again, I'm not accusing you of doing that, I'm just saying.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#45 Mar 22, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
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Wade can't get it done by himself. The 20 PPG that Shaq brought to the team was what Wade needed and basically pulled defenders inside. That opened up Wade and let him shoot more and slash to the basket. Shaq made a huge difference for D-Wade and without Shaq the Heat would not have won that title.
Maybe,but most of the credit has to go to Dwayne Wade,he did everything for that team.When everybody gets tired and starts slacking on the defensive end,D picks them up and carries them.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#46 Mar 22, 2010
King James wrote:
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O.K...
So, if "Dwayne took them to the top"...
So, does that mean Dwayne ALSO took them to the bottom?
Because they certainly are NOT at the top now... And they still have Dwayne.
Or is it that Dwayne gets ALL the credit when they win...
But, NONE of the blame when they lose?
Much like Kobe gets all the credit for his game winning shots... But none of the blame for all his misses.
Kobe should get blame,if he messes up,then the whole entire team messes up,the lakers follow kobe,and hes the leader.Dwayne always produce so i dont see why he should get blame when he does most of the work.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#47 Mar 22, 2010
Fedup wrote:
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So if it was Dwayne, why are they no longer on the top? It takes more than one player. If not, teams would consist of one player instead of five.
TEams consist of 15 players not 1 or 5,and the reason why they are not at the top is because Dwayne is not gettin the help he should get.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#48 Mar 22, 2010
Tiffany wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe,but most of the credit has to go to Dwayne Wade,he did everything for that team.When everybody gets tired and starts slacking on the defensive end,D picks them up and carries them.
Now he does, yes. When you have no one else, then the superstar has to step up. The Heat need to get him some help bad, because all they're doing now is running D-Wade into the ground. It would be interesting if he was playing with another superstar.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#49 Mar 24, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
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Now he does, yes. When you have no one else, then the superstar has to step up. The Heat need to get him some help bad, because all they're doing now is running D-Wade into the ground. It would be interesting if he was playing with another superstar.
I guess it would be cool to see him pair up with another star,but then again,he can do bad my himself.Just like Kobe,and i guess Lebron.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#50 Mar 25, 2010
Tiffany wrote:
<quoted text>I guess it would be cool to see him pair up with another star,but then again,he can do bad my himself.Just like Kobe,and i guess Lebron.
I would love to see what Wade could do with another star, especially LeBron. Imagine having D-Wade at your guard slot and LeBron at forward. The dunks alone would be ridiculous. If both of them got together on one team and that team had some established role players already, then that team will easily win at least 3 titles.

That being said, yeah, D-Wade is capable of doing plenty of bad by himself. He is easily one of the best, if not arguably the best, players in the league.
King James

Louisville, OH

#51 Mar 25, 2010
Tiffany wrote:
<quoted text>Kobe should get blame,if he messes up,then the whole entire team messes up,the lakers follow kobe,and hes the leader.Dwayne always produce so i dont see why he should get blame when he does most of the work.
I dont think he should get the blame either...

My point is you cant have it both ways.
You cant say Wade is why they won... But not why they lose now...

Wade and his TEAM is why they won the title years ago.
Just like Wade, and the lack of a good TEAM now is why they will not win.

Yes, the superstar needs to perform at a very high level...
But without a lot of help... The team cant win.

Like when LBJ scored 40 a game in last years playoffs, and the team still couldnt get over the hump.
LBJ performed at a very high level last year... But the TEAM did not.

Lets see how much help he gets this year.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#52 Mar 28, 2010
King James wrote:
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I dont think he should get the blame either...
My point is you cant have it both ways.
You cant say Wade is why they won... But not why they lose now...
Wade and his TEAM is why they won the title years ago.
Just like Wade, and the lack of a good TEAM now is why they will not win.
Yes, the superstar needs to perform at a very high level...
But without a lot of help... The team cant win.
Like when LBJ scored 40 a game in last years playoffs, and the team still couldnt get over the hump.
LBJ performed at a very high level last year... But the TEAM did not.
Lets see how much help he gets this year.
Ok i get what your saying.The team should get the blame,not one person.But then again,the team looks to the leading scorer to carry them,which im starting to think is not fair,its suppose to be a team effort.
Tiffany

Hicksville, NY

#53 Mar 28, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
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I would love to see what Wade could do with another star, especially LeBron. Imagine having D-Wade at your guard slot and LeBron at forward. The dunks alone would be ridiculous. If both of them got together on one team and that team had some established role players already, then that team will easily win at least 3 titles.
That being said, yeah, D-Wade is capable of doing plenty of bad by himself. He is easily one of the best, if not arguably the best, players in the league.
My theory is that if Dwayne and Lebron played on the same team,they would win a title 2 season's in a row,but what if you add kobe in,then it would be a three-peat.
King James

Canton, OH

#54 Mar 28, 2010
Tiffany wrote:
<quoted text>Ok i get what your saying.The team should get the blame,not one person.But then again,the team looks to the leading scorer to carry them,which im starting to think is not fair,its suppose to be a team effort.
No, it's fair for the team to look for the star to carry them....
But NOT ENTIRELY carry the team.

LBJ scored about 40 a game last year (vs. Orlando in the playoffs) at around 50% from the field.

Somehow that was NOT enough.
And of course it should of been.

But the rest of the team did ZERO... On BOTH ends of the floor.

Now yes... It is LBJ's job to carry the team, but only for the most part... He (just like every other star) needs some help.

Bottom line....
The star needs to be a star, and for the most part carry the team.
But only for the most part... Not the entire team for the entire game... No one person can do that.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#55 Mar 30, 2010
Tiffany wrote:
<quoted text>My theory is that if Dwayne and Lebron played on the same team,they would win a title 2 season's in a row,but what if you add kobe in,then it would be a three-peat.
If they were on a team together then hands down they would win at LEAST two titles. I'd say they could win even more if they had a good supporting cast like the Cavs have now.

“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”

Since: Feb 10

Brecksville

#56 Mar 30, 2010
King James wrote:
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No, it's fair for the team to look for the star to carry them....
But NOT ENTIRELY carry the team.
LBJ scored about 40 a game last year (vs. Orlando in the playoffs) at around 50% from the field.
Somehow that was NOT enough.
And of course it should of been.
But the rest of the team did ZERO... On BOTH ends of the floor.
Now yes... It is LBJ's job to carry the team, but only for the most part... He (just like every other star) needs some help.
Bottom line....
The star needs to be a star, and for the most part carry the team.
But only for the most part... Not the entire team for the entire game... No one person can do that.
When LeBron came to the Cavs, there was so much "stand around and watch LeBron" going on that he had to carry the team all the time. That didn't work out so well.

I know he's LeBron and all, but he is human. He can't score 100% of our points and play all the defense. It seems like we have a lot more help this year and more players capable of stepping up on their own. The guys that make things happen with or without LeBron will help us the most and get us over the hump to a title.
King James

Tallmadge, OH

#57 Mar 30, 2010
Concerned Clevelander wrote:
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When LeBron came to the Cavs, there was so much "stand around and watch LeBron" going on that he had to carry the team all the time. That didn't work out so well.
I know he's LeBron and all, but he is human. He can't score 100% of our points and play all the defense. It seems like we have a lot more help this year and more players capable of stepping up on their own. The guys that make things happen with or without LeBron will help us the most and get us over the hump to a title.
I hope so...

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