But that's about the extent of his accolades. He was most recently a regular starter during the 2005–06 NBA season. He might want to keep that statement saved on his phone for future use.  In the playoffs, Howard only appeared for a total of 11 minutes in three games. 00’s.  During the season, Howard tallied 16 double-doubles and five 30-point performances in 81 games, while averaging 18.0 points and 7.1 rebounds. At this camp, even though the much-taller Bradley blocked his shots several times, Howard established himself as one of the best junior-year big men in the country. In 1996, he bought a 3,116-square-foot (289.5 m2) town home for $490,000 in the South Loop area. For Michigan fans, this week's news linking Juwan Howard to an NBA coaching job must have felt like jumping in Lake Michigan in November: You're not surprised it's cold, but it's still shocking. , During Michigan's in-home visit, Howard's grandmother treated Michigan head coach Fisher, his assistants Mike Boyd and Brian Dutcher, Vocational coach Cook, Vocational assistant coach Donnie Kirskey, Lois Howard (Howard's aunt) and Howard to a soul food dinner. , On February 21, 2013, the Heat traded Dexter Pittman to create space on the roster to pursue a more experienced big man.  He was an assistant coach for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 2013 to 2019. “He’s open,” Nate Bradley said. ", "Sports People: Pro Basketball; A Costly Gesture by Bullets' Howard", "Players: Juwan Howard (Career Stats and Totals)", "Bullets await Howard decision Heat will force arbitration: no date set for hearing", "1995–96 Washington Bullets Roster and Statistics", "Cardboard Bullets: Juwan Howard, the original $100 million man", "An Angry Pat Riley Insists the Heat Broke No Salary Cap Rules", "Why Abe Pollin went from Bullets to Wizards", "Sports People: Pro Basketball;Bullets Will Be Wizards", "Injuries a sore spot for Webber Limited past 2 years, forward eager to reap benefits of hard work", "Bullets' Murray takes step up on home turf Ex-UCLA star scores 22 to beat 76ers, 119–104", "Howard apologizes after DWI arrest Bullets All-Star due in court Dec. 6", "Howard Pleads Not Guilty, Enters Alcohol Education Program", "1996–97 Washington Bullets Roster and Statistics", "Bulls Strike First, 98–86: Jordan, Playoff Savvy Get 1–0 Lead On Bullets As Webber Struggles", "N.B.A: Last Night; Wizards' Farewell Party Is Ruined by the Bulls", "Bulls 94, Wizards 88: The Wiz End Up As A Fizz: Clinton On Hand For Latest Defeat", "1997–98 Washington Wizards Roster and Statistics", "Wizards' Howard moves ahead with lawsuit against accuser", "N.B.A.  In the preseason, the Bullets played the Detroit Pistons in an October game at the University of Michigan's Crisler Arena, marking a homecoming for Howard.  Howard first attempted to hit Harrington late in the fourth quarter on a night when Howard had missed nine of ten shots.  Howard only started 38 games, including 32 consecutive starts between December 26, 2006, and March 3, 2007, while center Yao was recovering from his fractured right leg.  Howard still had $6.88 million and $7.38 million in salary owed to him over the next two seasons, which made him difficult to trade.
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, In college, Howard was regarded as one of the best defensive big men in the country. The Washington front line was expected to include Webber, Howard, and Kevin Duckworth and to have Gheorghe Mureșan, a 7-foot-7-inch (231 cm) Romanian center, coming off the bench.  Howard was on the court as time expired in the series-clinching game because the three stars of the Heat (James, Wade and Bosh) had arranged it.
, Howard became the first NBA athlete who entered the draft early and graduated with his academic class, thus fulfilling a promise he had made to his grandmother on the last day he saw her alive.  Michigan won and earned a rematch with a Duke Blue Devils team that had beaten them by three points in overtime in December. Howard's lawyer said that Reed had initiated an unspecified consensual sex act with one of the men, but Reed, who could not afford a lawyer, claimed to have entered a room with Webber before being struck and restrained prior to being sexually assaulted.  That month, he became the second Bullet (since the award's inception in 1981) and first since Jeff Ruland in January 1982 to be named NBA Rookie of the Month.  Prior to the 1995–96 season, the Bullets were expected to be a contender with Webber, Howard, Muresan, Mark Price, and Robert Pack.
His son is a freshman with the Wolverines.  Both are high school basketball players with multiple Division I recruitment offers.  The Utah games marked the first time Howard played for a team that won an NBA playoff series. Conference tournament champion, Howard remained a Chicago resident throughout his NBA playing career. , On June 14, 2007, Howard was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for James and Justin Reed.  Howard did not make the team.
Conference regular season and conference tournament champion  Howard's contract, which Sports Illustrated later said was an 11-year $36 million ($62.1 million) deal, had an escape clause. , After averaging 17 points per game as a rookie and more than 22 per game in his second season, Howard became a free agent when the Bullets made some salary cap transactions.  Howard averaged 1.5 points and .9 rebounds per game during the postseason.  In April 2010, Howard won the NBA Cares Community Assist Award for his community efforts, philanthropic work and charitable contributions.  Following his time at the Nike camp, his household was besieged by recruiters. Over the course of the 1998–99 season, he posted 11 double-doubles and two 15-rebound performances in 36 games, while averaging 18.9 points and 7.0 rebounds.  Howard started all 77 games in which he played.  Dutcher had the responsibility to contact Howard several times a week. , On June 29, 2004, Howard and Magic teammates McGrady, Tyronn Lue and Reece Gaines were part of a seven-player trade that sent 2003–04 Houston Rockets starting guards Steve Francis and Cuttino Mobley, plus Kelvin Cato, to the Magic. Bembry said, "Not only can Howard post up, he passes effectively and is able to hit a jumper up to 17 feet", adding that he also was "an excellent position defender". I think my wishes should be respected.