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5 Josh Howard SF
Height/Weight: 6-7/210 | Birthdate: 4/28/1980 | Birthplace: Winston-Salem, NC | Team: | College: Wake Forest | NBA Experience: 9 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Spurs waive Josh Howard


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2013) Just a day after he was signed to a non-guarenteed deal, the Spurs announced Saturday that they have waived forward Josh Howard.

Howard, 33, is coming off his second major knee surgery in less than three years. He suffered a torn ACL in his right knee last December and was immediately cut by the Timberwolves after the injury.


Spurs sign Josh Howard


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/25/2013) The Spurs signed forward Josh Howard to a non-guaranteed deal, the San Antonio Express News reports Friday.

Howard, 33, is coming off his second major knee surgery in less than three years. He suffered a torn ACL in his right knee last December and was immediately cut by the Timberwolves after the injury.


Howard's season comes to and end


(12/20/2012) The Timberwolves announced Thursday that they have released veteran forward Josh Howard, after he was diagnosed with a torn ACL that will end his season. The injury will require surgery, and will likely keep him out until next season.

Howard sitting out road trip


(12/17/2012) Timberwolves forward Josh Howard will miss both games on the team's upcoming road trip because of a hyperextended knee he suffered last Friday at New Orleans, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Howard will be sidelined Monday at Orlando, as well as Tuesday's outing against Miami. He could possibly return to the lineup when the Timberwolves return home Thursday against Oklahoma City.

Howard out on Saturday


(12/15/2012) Minnesota forward Josh Howard, who has a hyperextended right knee, will not play Saturday against Dallas, reports the team. Howard is day to day but may need to sit a few games before he's able to return to action.

Howard leaves with knee injury


(12/15/2012) Timberwolves forward Josh Howard was forced to leave Minnesota's game against the Hornets Friday night after hyperextending his right knee in the third quarter. Howard was unable to return to the 113-102 win and finished with three points and two rebounds prior to leaving the contest.

Howard back in action


(12/14/2012) Timberwolves forward Josh Howard was able to get back on the floor for Friday's contest against the Hornets after sitting out Minnesota's last game with an illness. Howard is averaging 7.1 points and 3.4 rebounds per game, while logging 20.0 minutes of playing time.

Howard sits with an illness


(12/13/2012) Timberwolves forward Josh Howard was unable to play Wednesday against the Nuggets, due to an illness. He is considered day to day and is not expected miss any further time.

Howard posts big double-double


(12/4/2012) Minnesota small forward Josh Howard had a big-time performance on Tuesday in a win at Philadelphia. Howard helped the Wolves dominate on this night as he scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the double-double. He played 29 minutes and was one of seven players in double figures for the Wolves. Howard added a steal and hit two 3-pointers in the game.

Howard stays in starting five


(12/1/2012) Timberwolves forward Josh Howard started his second game in a row Friday against the Bucks, as Andrei Kirilenko continues to deal with a back injury. Howard played 24 minutes in the game, scoring eight points on 3 of 8 shooting. He added four rebounds and two assists, in a 95-85 win.

Howard contributing for T-Wolves


(11/24/2012) Josh Howard played his third game for the Timberwolves on Friday against Trail Blazers and had his best performance yet. He scored 10 points and hauled in seven rebounds in the 103-95 loss. Howard went 5 for 8 from the floor but missed his lone attempt from downtown while playing 22 minutes off the bench.

Wolves ink Howard


(11/16/2012) The injury-plagued Timberwolves agreed to a one-year deal with veteran free agent forward Josh Howard Thursday. The team waived guard Will Conroy to make room for Howard. Howard will receive the veteran’s minimum and will likely backup Andrie Kirilenko at the small forward spot.

Howard gets back on court


(4/25/2012) Jazz forward Josh Howard was able to get back on the court for Tuesday night's contest against the Suns. Howard, who hadn't seen the court since March 15, finished with four points and one rebound in six minutes off the bench in the 100-88 win.

Howard sets a date


(4/9/2012) Despite previous reports stating that he would miss the rest of the season with a knee injury, Jazz forward Josh Howard told the Salt Lake Tribune that he hopes to make his return to the court on April 24 against the Suns, as he continues to recover from arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. He hopes to begin participating in team drills next week.

Howard continuing rehab process


(4/3/2012) Utah small forward Josh Howard (knee surgery) was riding the stationary bike and lifting weights on Tuesday as he continues his recovery from knee surgery, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. Howard has previously stated that his worst-case scenario would see him back in the playoffs.

Howard hopes for playoff return


(3/21/2012) The Salt Lake Tribune reports that after receiving a second opinion Wednesday about his injured left knee, Jazz forward Josh Howard still plans to undergo surgery. Howard will likely have an arthroscopic-type procedure Thursday. He's expected to be treated by the same doctor who helped him recover from an anterior cruciate ligament tear in February 2010. While the surgery is a setback for Howard — he was promoted March 5 to Utah's starting lineup and was averaging 8.7 points in 41 games — the second opinion was more positive than even the nine-year veteran was hoping for. If the surgery goes as planned, Howard could be riding a stationary bike in about a week. He also might be able to return for the end of the 2011-12 regular season if there are no setbacks in his recovery. If Howard is unable to rejoin Utah before a April 26 finale against Portland and the Jazz qualify for the postseason, he plans to be ready for the first round of the playoffs.

Howard getting second opinion


(3/21/2012) The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Jazz forward Josh Howard's season might not be over yet. The Jazz announced Tuesday that Howard will miss the remainder of the regular season due to upcoming left knee surgery. After experiencing recent swelling, Howard underwent an MRI on Monday. The test, which was evaluated Tuesday by a team doctor, revealed a chip in Howard’s lateral femoral cartilage. Jazz general manager Kevin O’Connor said Tuesday night Howard will receive a second opinion, though. And Howard said he’s hoping for the best when he travels to New York on Wednesday to visit the same doctor who treated him in February 2010, when Howard suffered a torn ACL in his left knee. Even with surgery, Howard expects to miss only 4-6 weeks. That could put his return in line with a first-round playoff series if Utah qualifies for the postseason.

Howard out for remainder of season


(3/20/2012) Jazz forward Josh Howard will undergo season-ending surgery on his left knee, reports the Salt Lake Tribune. Howard, who had been dealing with swelling in his knee, underwent an MRI on Monday which revealed a chip in the left lateral femoral cartilage. The 31-year-old averaged 11.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in 15 starts this season. With Raja Bell also sidelined, C.J. Miles, Gordon Hayward and Alec Burks are expected to see increased minutes moving forward.

Howard expected to stay with Jazz


(3/14/2012) The Salt Lake Tribune reports a source close to Jazz forward Josh Howard said as of Wednesday evening that he is expected to remain with Utah through the NBA trade deadline, which is Thursday.

Howard doesn't miss a beat


(3/8/2012) Utah forward Josh Howard scored 12 points on a 4-for-10 shooting effort on Wednesday night against Charlotte. Despite dealing with an illness earlier in the day, Howard was able to start and gave the Jazz 32 minutes of action. Howard added three steals and five rebounds in his team's 99-93 victory.

Howard to play Wednesday


(3/7/2012) The Deseret News reports that Jazz forward Josh Howard (illness) went through shootaround Wednesday and got the start in the night's game against the Bobcats at Charlotte.

Howard misses practice


(3/6/2012) The Jazz report that forward Josh Howard (sinus infection) did not practice Tuesday but is expected to play Wednesday at Charlotte.

Howard remains a starter


(3/5/2012) The Jazz shook up their starting lineup some on Monday, but one thing that stayed constant was Josh Howard’s presence, as he started his seventh straight game against the Cavaliers. Howard continued his solid play in the game, scoring 14 points on 6 of 14 shooting in 25 minutes, as the Jazz defeated the Cavs 109-100. Howard also added five rebounds and steals in the game.

Howard starting for Utah


(2/28/2012) Utah small forward Josh Howard entered the second half of the NBA season in the starting lineup for the Jazz on Tuesday night in Sacramento. Howard had scored 19 points in a start at Minnesota on the Wednesday before All-Star Weekend.

Howard plays well in start


(2/21/2012) Jazz forward Josh Howard got the start on Monday against the Spurs with Raja Bell out and had a decent performance. He scored 12 points and hauled in seven rebounds in the 106-102 loss. He went 4 for 8 from the floor and made all four of his free throws while playing 29 minutes. Howard also posted an assist, a steal and a block in the defeat.