Zydrunas Ilgauskas Retirement Options

by | May 8, 2006 | 20 comments

Have you ever notice that Cleveland Cavalier’s center Zydrunas Ilgauskas doesn’t really look like he belongs in the NBA. I mean if saw him on the street and didn’t know who he was, would you actually think he was making millions in the NBA?

Honestly, he looks just like the guy that runs the Deli around the corner from my house. Every time I go in there to get a sandwich I call him Big Z. So maybe when Zydrunas retires he might want to look into the restaurant business.

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20 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Thats funny, he really does look he belongs in a restaurant : )

    -detroitbball

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  2. kenzie

    haha, he really does. thats funny.

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  3. Anonymous

    I think I saw him on the Subway last week.

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  4. TVBrain

    He’s not from here, but I bet he knows how to spell onions.

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  5. Anonymous

    Two-time all star and knocked Rasheed Wallace to the ground like a chump. Sheed can smoke all the ganja he wants, raise his five keeds (and any others he has from random babies-mammas) and carry around that silly belt like he is a wrestler. Thing is-Rasheed Wallace is the reason the Pistons didn’t repeat last year. Nice job free-lancing off of Ginobili and leaving Robert Horry wide open for the game 5 winner. Just goes to show, a moron drug abusing idiot will find a way to screw things up. By the way, good job, ‘sheed, on disappearing during game 7 of the 2000 western conference finals. 15 points up and you were nowhere to be seen for a bucket? You suck.

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  6. Mike D.

    Everyone please ignore the last comment. It’s illogical and irrelevant pertaining to Big Z’s deli career. Not to mention Mr. “Anonymous” has the diction of a 5 year old. He’s probably a Cavs fan who is pissed because he knows that they have absolutely NO chance against the Pistons. Get over it you baby. While we’re all watching the Pistons in June, I’m sure you’ll will be jerking off to pictures of LeBron. Sorry dude, Sheed is cooler than your whole team. GET OVER IT!

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  7. Anonymous

    Sheed is the reason why we won in 2004, he was the missing piece to the puzzle. Now the Pistons are comeplete. The fith post was really dumb. And the sixth was funny, and full of revenge. Anyway the Cavs have NO chance of beating the Pistons.

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  8. J.E. Skeets

    This is spectacular work Natalie. Hilarious! And oh, before I forget, good job on SBL yesterday. You sounded great!

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  9. Anonymous

    I’m a cavs fan and I think this is hilarious, especially the damon jones.

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  10. Anonymous

    lmao priceless

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  11. Anonymous

    True, Z doesn’t look much like a basketball player. But Rip Hamilton, with his face mask and ridiculous beard, looks like a contestant on SciFi’s “I Want to be a Super-Hero.” Anderson Varejao should be the token foreign model in the Hollister catalog. And Tayshaun Prince could easily pass for a recovering cancer patient.

    I think a full 1/3 of the NBA is goofy-looking. You should start an “alternative careers” series.

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  12. Anonymous

    “The Anderson Varejao” looks a bit pricey.

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  13. Anonymous

    Tayshaun is a cancer patient, lol. Yeah Varejao looks like a skater dude. And I always thought Rip looked like a Kung Fu Master cause of his Asian-looking goatee.

    Ben looks Blackeneese because of his small eyes. Anyway, did anyone notice the Best teams have the good-looking players and the worst teams have the Ugliest players?

    Note: Pistons, Bobcats

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  14. Anonymous

    Whos that man/woman in the background?

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  15. Anonymous

    It’s Z’s woman

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  16. Anonymous

    Z sucks. Varejao had to fight it off with Sheed since Z was too scared to.

    LMAO

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  17. Karakash

    You can ad the Pavlovic kebab on the list.

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  18. Anonymous

    I LOVE Z AND PAVLOVIC. Z IS A GOOD PLAYER. YOU ARE ALL PROBABLY JEALOUSE THAT YOU HAVE TO WORK SO HARD TO MAKE A COUPLE OF BUCKS AND Z MAKES MILLIONS PLAYING BASKETBALL. AND FOR SASHA HE NEEDS TO PRACTICE MORE BUT HE HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE GREAT.

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  19. Anonymous

    you are so dumb, how can you say that z is a bad player when he is a two time all star, and can knock down the j. Z has the ability to stretch the defense out because of his jump shot ability which in turn allows lebron to be as good as he is, and when the defense collapses lebron can kick it out to z. It is unfair to say that z does not belong in the league because he is a solid player, but i agree with the deli statement i bet his sandwiches would be awesome….

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