If he decides to leave Cleveland, once he gets the buyout -- and we hope we will have several options -- he will only go to a team that can win a championship, period," agent Herb Rudoy told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Thursday. "He will not be on a team that has no chance. He wants to play for one of the top teams, and Atlanta certainly is one of those teams.
— Hawks after Ilgauskas Too bad for Atlanta that they can only sign Z to a prorated portion of the Veteran's minimum. Cavaliers, and Dallas for that matter, still have the bi-annual exception($2 million) in play.