Juwan Antonio Howard is an American college basketball coach and former professional player who is the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team. He was an assistant coach for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association from 2013 to 2019. Howard played in the NBA from 1994 until 2013. A one-time All-Star and one-time All-NBA power forward, he began his NBA career as the fifth overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft, selected by the Washington Bullets. Before he was drafted, he starred as an All-American on the Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team. At Michigan he was part of the Fab Five recruiting class of 1991 that reached the finals of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship in 1992 and 1993. Howard won his first NBA championship with Miami in the 2012 NBA Finals and his second NBA championship in the 2013 NBA Finals. Howard was an All-American center and an honors student at Chicago Vocational Career Academy.
|Born:||February 7, 1973, Chicago, Illinois|
|Listed height:||6 ft 9 in|
|Listed weight:||240 lb|
|High school:||Chicago Vocational, (Chicago, Illinois)|
|League:||Big Ten Conference|
|NBA draft:||1994 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5, Washington Bullets|
|IMDb:||Juwan Howard's IMDb|
About Juwan Howard
Former NBA All-Star power forward who was a member of the infamous Fab 5 at the University of Michigan. He won NBA Championships with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013. In 2019, he was named head coach of his alma mater, the University of Michigan.
He was named an All-American in 1991 by Parade Magazine after his senior year at Chicago Vocational High School.
He had a son with Markita Blyden, who was a runner-up for Michigan's Miss Basketball Award in 1990.
He won an NBA title with the Miami Heat in his 19th season, playing alongside All-Star forward LeBron James.
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- Basketball players at the 1992 NCAA Men's Division I Final Four
- Michigan Wolverines men's basketball coaches
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