Josh Howard SG/SF SA 21 Days
Howard is working out in Las Vegas with the hope of being picked up on a training camp roster, Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports reports.
Howard has mentioned that he's open to playing in the D-League once again this season and that might be the eventual route he'll be forced to take. While a training camp invite would be an opportunity, he would be a long shot to make any NBA regular season roster.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA 4 Months
Josh Howard is playing with the Pelicans' Summer League team in the hopes of continuing his NBA career.
Howard's career was derailed by multiple ACL surgeries and he spent last season in the D-League. If he can stay healthy the 34-year-old has a chance to earn a minimum contract, and the Pelicans do need depth at SF, but even if he doesn't latch on with an NBA team he'll continue to play somewhere. "I plan on making a comeback. That's my motivation," Howard said. "Pelicans, D-League, overseas. Whatever happens, just to have the opportunity to play the game that I love. You can't beat that."
Josh Howard SG/SF SA 12 Months
Josh Howard was waived by the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday.
Signed on Friday, Howard was with the Spurs for a total of 17 hours.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA 12 Months
The Spurs signed Josh Howard to a non-guaranteed deal on Friday.
This doesn't mean he is going to make the team, but they do need someone to back up Kawhi Leonard. Corey Maggette didn't work out, so they Spurs had similar logic with this move.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Sep 30 '13
The Wolves are expected to call Josh Howard to participate in training camp.
There is no real news yet on this front, but the team is looking for help with Chase Budinger (knee) expected to miss time. Howard worked out with the Spurs and Rockets, but didn't receive an invite. He's no lock to be in Minnesota.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Sep 28 '13
Josh Howard worked out for the Spurs and Rockets but has not been invited to join an NBA team in training camp.
Reports said the workouts went well for Howard as he continues the road back from ACL surgery last January. He appeared in 11 games for the Timberwolves before the injury.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Jul 30 '13
Free agent Josh Howard, who had ACL surgery in January, is hoping to start playing basketball again in September.
Howard last played for the Timberwolves and was with them when he suffered the devastating injury. He's an unrestricted free agent and if his workouts go well this fall, he could end up signing with an NBA team. However, there's no reason to put him on your radar for this year's drafts.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Jan 28 '13
Josh Howard (ACL surgery) wrote on Friday that his rehab is "going great ... it was a clean tear of the ACL this time and nothing else was damaged."
In a post entitled "Staying Positive and Putting It All In Perspective," Howard goes on to thank the Wolves for signing him and he ends on a note suggesting he'll make another NBA comeback attempt. "As soon as they release me to start doing exercises, I'm going to take a page out of Adrian Peterson's book," he wrote. "Once I figure out what he did - besides his great mental ability to focus in on what he had to do to get back to his old self - the sky's the limit for me."
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Jan 10 '13
Josh Howard had successful knee surgery to repair a torn ACL on Wednesday.
Howard is out for the season and is facing a lengthy rehab process as he'll once again try to come back from a knee injury.
Josh Howard SG/SF SA Dec 20 '12
The Timberwolves have waived Josh Howard after an MRI revealed he has a season-ending torn ACL.
It's not the same ACL that Howard tore in 2010, but nevertheless, it's pretty evident that Howard's most productive days are behind him. The 32-year-old averaged a career-low 6.7 points in 11 games this season.