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January 31, 2010
Andre Miller scored a career-high 52 points, including 25 in the fourth quarter and overtime, and Juwan Howard made a jump shot with 44.8 seconds left to lift the Portland Trail Blazers over the Dallas Mavericks, 114-112, Saturday night. Portland scored the last six points, including Miller's layup that tied the score, 112-112, to end a skid at three games. Dirk Nowitzki scored 28 points for Dallas. Portland was without All-Star guard Brandon Roy (hamstring injury)
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January 31, 2010
Andre Miller scored a career-high 52 points, including 25 in the fourth quarter and overtime, and Juwan Howard made a jump shot with 44.8 seconds left to lift the Portland Trail Blazers over the Dallas Mavericks, 114-112, Saturday night. Portland scored the last six points, including Miller's layup that tied the score, 112-112, to end a skid at three games. Dirk Nowitzki scored 28 points for Dallas. Portland was without All-Star guard Brandon Roy (hamstring injury)
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January 9, 1998
Juwan Howard, on calling a timeout the Washington Wizards did not have, bringing back memories of teammate Chris Webber's mistake that cost Michigan the 1992 NCAA final against Duke: "That's the first person I looked at. He said, 'Join the club."'
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October 30, 2007 | From the Associated Press
The Minnesota Timberwolves reached a buyout with forward Juwan Howard and made a trade with the San Antonio Spurs to get to the 15-man roster limit before Monday's deadline. Minnesota sent a protected 2008 second-round pick to San Antonio for cash considerations and point guard Beno Udrih, 25, whom the Timberwolves immediately waived. The deal helped both teams. San Antonio was able to avoid the luxury tax and Minnesota got some cash to help them buy out the final two years and $14.
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August 3, 1996 | Associated Press
Two days after the NBA rejected Juwan Howard's seven-year, $98 million contract with the Miami Heat, the team went to court Friday in an effort to protect its interest. Dade County Circuit Judge Joseph Farina issued a temporary injunction "prohibiting Juwan Howard and the NBA from entering into and/or approving an NBA contract" until arbitrators settle the dispute over Howard's contract.
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August 13, 1996 | Associated Press
Pat Riley, suggesting a vendetta against the Miami Heat, accused the NBA on Monday of breaking its own rules in allowing Juwan Howard to return to the Washington Bullets. Riley, speaking by conference call in his first public comments on the dispute, said the league went behind the Heat's back to broker a deal with Howard, the players' union and the Bullets. "We were treated totally unfairly in this whole process," Riley said. "They made up the rules as they went along."
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December 28, 1996
Jim Murray's fabulous column on Loy Vaught [Dec. 20] was refreshing. Chris Baker's "fabulous" description of Chris Webber and Juwan Howard, who not only returned to school to graduate but who also had the audacity to take the blame when he made a mistake off the court, was also interesting. Then I remembered how well Elvis Grbac handled the situation when he was attacked by Willie Brown. What common heritage do these gentlemen share that sets the standards that Rodman, Barkley et al. seem to be lacking?
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April 7, 1992 | CHRIS BAKER
Sportswriter Jim Spadafore of the Detroit News can keep his hair. After Michigan's Webber and Jalen Rose shaved their heads before the NCAA tournament, Spadafore had promised to shave his head if the Wolverines won the NCAA championship. "We will win the NCAA championship and you will shave your head next year," center Juwan Howard said. Howard, who missed practice Sunday because he had flu, said he was still weak during the game.
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August 7, 1996 | MARK ASHER, THE WASHINGTON POST
The NBA and the Miami Heat Tuesday night were discussing a settlement of pending legal issues over the signing Monday of Juwan Howard by the Washington Bullets after the contract Howard had signed last month with the Heat was voided by the NBA, league spokesman Seth Sylvan said. A settlement between the league and Heat would guarantee Howard rejoining the Bullets immediately. Sylvan declined to speculate on when a settlement would be reached.
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October 30, 2007 | From the Associated Press
The Minnesota Timberwolves reached a buyout with forward Juwan Howard and made a trade with the San Antonio Spurs to get to the 15-man roster limit before Monday's deadline. Minnesota sent a protected 2008 second-round pick to San Antonio for cash considerations and point guard Beno Udrih, 25, whom the Timberwolves immediately waived. The deal helped both teams. San Antonio was able to avoid the luxury tax and Minnesota got some cash to help them buy out the final two years and $14.
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July 15, 2003 | From Associated Press
Veteran forward Juwan Howard intends to sign with the Orlando Magic, joining a team in need of a versatile starter to play alongside guard Tracy McGrady. Howard probably will be signed to a five-year contract worth between $28 million and $38 million, a source within the NBA said Monday. Howard can sign the contract as early as Wednesday, when the league's free agency period begins. Detroit and Minnesota also showed interest in signing the 30-year-old Howard, who averaged 18.4 points and 7.
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May 18, 2003 | Tim Brown, Times Staff Writer
David Falk, the agent for free agent Juwan Howard, said Saturday that the Lakers were among the teams for which Howard would play, and that a $16-million pay cut probably would not be an obstacle in negotiations. Howard, who made $20.6 million last season in Denver, just played the last year of a seven-year, $105-million contract signed two teams before. The Lakers have the mid-level exception available ($4.6 million) and a need at power forward.
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April 2, 2001 | Associated Press
Juwan Howard got the best of his old college buddy, and the Dallas Mavericks got another huge boost in their run toward the playoffs. Howard had 32 points and 12 rebounds in his biggest game with Dallas, and Dirk Nowitzki added 25 points, including five three-point baskets and 11 rebounds, Sunday night as the Mavericks got their first victory at Sacramento in more than four years by beating the Kings, 119-107.
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February 23, 2001 | From Associated Press
In a flurry of activity at the NBA trading deadline, Dikembe Mutombo, Juwan Howard, Mark Jackson, Chris Childs and Christian Laettner were among 22 players changing teams Thursday in four separate trades. The deals affected some of the league's best teams, including the Philadelphia 76ers, and some of its worst, including the Washington Wizards.
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January 9, 1998
Juwan Howard, on calling a timeout the Washington Wizards did not have, bringing back memories of teammate Chris Webber's mistake that cost Michigan the 1992 NCAA final against Duke: "That's the first person I looked at. He said, 'Join the club."'
SPORTS
December 28, 1996
Jim Murray's fabulous column on Loy Vaught [Dec. 20] was refreshing. Chris Baker's "fabulous" description of Chris Webber and Juwan Howard, who not only returned to school to graduate but who also had the audacity to take the blame when he made a mistake off the court, was also interesting. Then I remembered how well Elvis Grbac handled the situation when he was attacked by Willie Brown. What common heritage do these gentlemen share that sets the standards that Rodman, Barkley et al. seem to be lacking?
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August 11, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Juwan Howard will be returning to the Washington Bullets after his controversial contract issue was resolved by an agreement Saturday among the NBA, the players' union and the Miami Heat. "Following the settlement between the NBA and the Miami Heat, we were informed that our contract with Juwan Howard is in full force and effect," Bullet General Manager Wes Unseld said. "We are very pleased that Juwan will wear a Bullets uniform for years to come."
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August 18, 1996 | Mark Heisler
General managers setting up "war rooms." . . . Super-agent David Falk announcing his schedule (GMs can call from 10 a.m. to noon, Falk makes presentations in the afternoon, all business to be concluded before his July 19 European vacation). . . . Michael Jordan getting $30 million, the biggest one-year sports contract ever. . . . Shaquille O'Neal getting a long-term $120-million deal, another all-timer. . . . Jerry West, the big winner in this sweepstakes, saying it almost finished him.
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August 13, 1996 | Associated Press
Pat Riley, suggesting a vendetta against the Miami Heat, accused the NBA on Monday of breaking its own rules in allowing Juwan Howard to return to the Washington Bullets. Riley, speaking by conference call in his first public comments on the dispute, said the league went behind the Heat's back to broker a deal with Howard, the players' union and the Bullets. "We were treated totally unfairly in this whole process," Riley said. "They made up the rules as they went along."
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