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NBA Career Statistics: 13.8 points per game, 6.3 rebounds per game
Number of Seasons in the NBA: 18
One of the main reasons the Fab Five recruiting class came together for the Michigan Wolverines in 1991 was because of the influence Juwan Howard had on his future teammates. The 6'9", 250-pounder enjoyed great success during his time in Ann Arbor and for 18 seasons in the NBA.
Howard declared for the 1994 NBA Draft after helping Michigan reach back-to-back Final Fours and the Elite Eight in three seasons with the Wolverines. The Washington Bullets selected Howard with the fifth overall pick in the draft.
In his first season as a professional, Howard averaged 17 points and 8.4 rebounds per game, which landed him on the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
The Chicago, Illinois product went on to make the 1996 NBA All-Star team by averaging a career-high 22 points per game, in addition to pulling down eight rebounds per contest. Howard finished the 1995-96 season on the All-NBA Third Team.
Howard remained in Washington, continued to average over 15 points per game and was the NBA's fourth-highest paid player until he was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in a deadline deal during the 2001 season that included former Michigan star Loy Vaught.
The Mavericks eventually traded Howard to the Denver Nuggets in 2002, which is where the Chicago Vocational alum remained until he signed a multi-year deal with the Orlando Magic prior to the 2003-04 NBA season.
Despite putting up numerous double-doubles and averaging 17 points per game, the Magic traded Howard to the Houston Rockets in 2004, along with Tracy McGrady and two of his other teammates.
Howard played for the Rockets until the end of the 2007 season, which is when he returned to Dallas for one season.
The former Michigan great also spent time in Denver and with the Portland Trail Blazers before signing with the Miami Heat in 2010. Howard contributed to the Heat's championship run last season and is the only member of the Fab Five to win an NBA title.
The Heat opted to move on this year without Howard, but remain open to bringing him back if they are saddled with too many injuries.