LeBron James was not surrounded by All-Stars during his first tenure in Cleveland.
Until he got to Miami, the best players he ever played with were Larry Hughes, Mo Williams, and Carlos Boozer (for one year).
Now that he’s back in Cleveland, we took a look at what some of his very best former Cavs teammates are up to today.
A few are still in the NBA, a few are in broadcasting, one is in Lebanon, and one is living the dream life in rural Kansas.
Ilgauskas was hired by the Cavs as an assistant to the GM in 2012. His number was retired last year.
He was arrested in 2011 for allegedly bringing a loaded gun to an airport, and hasn't been heard from since.
He now lives in Kansas and doesn't have a job. 'Mostly, he gets to hang out just being Scot Pollard,' a local news station reports.
He now has a 2-year-old son and coaches at a small liberal arts college in Oregon after a five-year NBA career.
He has played for five different teams in four years, and hasn't regained his All-Star form he had with LeBron in 2009.
He's now the only player from the 2004 Cavs who's still with the team at the beginning of the second LeBron era.
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