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Juwan Howard was on the floor for the final moments of the win that clinched last season’s NBA championship for the Miami Heat.
Turns out, that might not have been his last game as a pro.
The Heat brought Howard back on Saturday, signing the 40-year-old power forward to a 10-day contract. It will be his 19th NBA season, and he’s expected to be with the team on Sunday when Miami visits the New York Knicks.
And after the way Heat president Pat Riley described the move, it doesn’t appear to be one made just on a whim.
“Juwan is a key part of the championship culture here in Miami,” Riley said Saturday in a statement released by the Heat. “He is essential to this team and can still play this game at a high level in some of our biggest games yet to come. He has a unique veteran savvy and will provide leadership and experience to our team.”
The Heat did not practice Saturday before gathering to fly to New York.
The move was one that the Heat were considering even last fall. When the Heat ...
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The Miami Heat have signed 40-year-old Juwan Howard to a 10-day contract. Howard, who won an NBA championship with the Heat last season, averaged just 1.5 points and 1.7 rebounds in 28 games.
According to NBA:
The Miami HEAT announced March 2nd that they have signed forward Juwan Howard to a 10-day contract. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Juwan is a key...
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