Perhaps no player in the history of the Cavaliers franchise saw more roster change than Zydrunas Ilgauskas. The first team he was on (1997-98) won 47 games. That number, however, wasn't duplicated until '05-06. Z played on great teams with LeBron James and teams that failed to reach the playoffs. What was impressive about the Lithuanian center was that he maintained a remarkable level of consistency throughout the changes around him. He averaged in double digits in scoring in all but his final two seasons, both of which came when he averaged fewer than 21 minutes per game. He also averaged at least seven rebounds and at least 1.3 blocks per game in all but two seasons as a regular. The ultimate team player, Ilgauskas joined King James in Miami for one final run at a title in 2010-11. Alas, they came up short, losing to the Mavericks in the NBA Finals. In his return to Cleveland that season, he received a loud ovation from the Quicken Loans Arena faithful. Z is seen here finishing a finger roll against the Magic. Ilgauskas has signed this Layup 8" x 10" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.