Ilgauskas back in Cleveland area
Ilgauskas declined to comment to The Associated Press following a workout Friday at a suburban gym.
His agent, Herb Rudoy, told the AP in an e-mail that he will talk to Cavaliers general manager Danny Ferry next week about the 7-foot-3 center possibly returning to the team. The first day he can re-sign is Monday.
"You'll have to ask Danny Ferry," coach Mike Brown said Friday night before the Cavs' game at Chicago, when asked about Ilgauskas returning. "We'd certainly love to have him back, but he's not on our roster."
The Cavaliers traded Ilgauskas to Washington at the NBA's trade deadline as part of a three-team deal that brought Antawn Jamison and Sebastian Telfair to Cleveland. Ilgauskas' contract was bought out by the Wizards, making him a free agent.
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