Juwan Howard Net Worth in 2021, Birthday, Wife, Kids and Salary
Juwan Howard is a former professional basketball player and college basketball coach who has a net worth of $110 million in 2021. He has played in NBA tournaments from 1994 to 2013.
Juwan was born on 7 February 1973. His father, Leroy Watson, was a retired army personnel and a phone company employee in Chicago. His mother, Helena, was working at a restaurant when Juwan was born. His parents got married as soon as they realized Juwan’s mom was pregnant.
Howard’s mother was a teenage girl when she became a mom, and she did not want to be restricted from raising her child. Therefore she kept Juwan in a drawer at Jannie Mae’s house. Jannie Mae adopted Juwan. His grandmother gave his name Juwan Antonio Howard. Juwan’s grandmother played a crucial role in Juwan’s upbringing, and she was his early mentor.
|Net worth||$100 million|
|Profession||Former NBA player, Head coach of Michigan Wolverines|
|Salary||$15,000,000 per year NBA|
Juwan Howard was a skilled teenager. He was active in basketball since his school days. He went to Chicago Vocational Career Academy, and here he played three seasons of varsity basketball. Although it was not easy for Howard to overcome issues like unheated locker rooms, gyms, and no changing room for games, he broke all barriers and became a 1991 All- American basketball player and earned McDonald’s All-American honors. Howard was selected for the National Honor Society, and he was Vocational’s homecoming king during his school days. Juwan was recognized as one of the leading sophomore basketball players in the Chicago metropolitan area. His performance improved over the years in school leagues, and experts saw him emerging as one of the leading young basketball players in America during his junior and senior years.
Juwan started their sophomore year in 1988 when he was only 16. He participated in Chicago Public High School League and scored 26 points in a losing match. He went to Nike Academic Betterment and Career Development camp after the summer of 1988. He proved his basketball skills against 7-foot-4-inch tall Shawn Bradley and became one of the leading junior-year big men in the USA.
Experts considered Juwan as Illinois’s leading junior basketball player, even better than Tom Kleinschmidt. He was a 1989-90 Fighting Illini Team member and later became a player in the first-team All-Chicago Public School League.
He became the president of Vocational’s Senior Boy’s Council during his senior year. He was one of the leading five top school basketball players in his senior year. Howard chose to attend Michigan and later moved with his high school coach.
Howard went to the University of Michigan, and he was a part of the 1991-1992 Michigan Wolverines. He played for Michigan Wolverines between 1994 and 2013. His position was Center and Power forward. Howard’s number was 5, 7, 55, and 6 during his college rarer.
He had entered the NBA in the 1994-95 season. He has played for Washington Bullets/Wizards from 1994 to 2001. Juwan has also played for
- Denver Nuggets for one year (2002-2003)
- Houston Rockets (2004-07)
- Returned to Dallas Mavericks (2007-2008)
- Denver Nuggets (2008)
- Charlotte Bobcats (2008-2009)
- Portland Trail Blazers (2009-2010)
- Miami Heat (2010-2013)
Height: 2.06 meters/6.9 feet
Jersey Number: 5(Bullets, Wizards, Mavericks), 5(Nuggets, Magic, Rockets), 7(Nuggets),
55(Mavericks), 5(Bobcats, Heat), 6( Trail Blazers).
Weight: 240 lbs/ 108kg
Drafted: Washington Bullets drafted him in the first-round pick.
NBA seasons: 19 along with seven playoffs
NBA Titles: 2 Championships
All-Star: One time
It was 2013 when Miami Heat announced some changes in its organization. One of those significant announcements was Howard’s new role as an assistant coach. He became an assistant coach when Chad Kammerer and Keith Askins were shifted to scouting positions. Howard was retired, and in 2019, he became the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines men’s basketball team.
Juwan Howard has been in a relationship with four different women. He has six children. He has a son Juwan Howard Jr. with Markita Blyden. He was born in 1992, and now he is also following his father’s footsteps. Juwan married Jenine Wardally on 6 July 2002. They have two sons Jac and Jett. Howard and Wardley's sons are school basketball players.
Howard has appeared in the following films and shows:
- Hoop Dreams – 1994
- The West Wing – 1999’s TV Drama
- The Art of Giving and Take – 1999
- Beyond the Glory – 1996
- Rick Ross’s “It’s Time to Ball” rap song
Juwan Howard is a former NBA player, and he is currently working as the head coach of Michigan Wolverines.
Juwan Howard is currently serving as Head Coach.
Juwan Howard was born on 7 February 1973 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. His father wanted to name him Leroy Watson Jr., but his grandmother refused and called him Juwan Antonio Howard.
Juwan celebrates his birthday on 7 February, every year.
Juwan Howard is 6 ft 9 in tall.
Juwan weighs 250 lbs.
Juwan has used 5, 6, 55, and 7 jersey numbers throughout his career as a basketball player.
Juwan Howard’s playing career stats are:
- GP: 1208
- MIN: 30.3
- FG%: 46.9
- 3P%: 12.0
- FT%: 76.4
- REB: 6.1
- AST: 2.2
- BLK: 0.3
- STL: 0.7
- PF: 2.9
- TO: 2.0
- PTS: 13.4
Juwan Howard’s real name is Juwan Antonio Howard.
Juwan is also known as Nooky because it is his nickname.
Juwan has bought many real estate properties throughout his career, but he continued to live in Chicago. He owns a townhome in the South Loop Area, a three-bedroom unit in the Trump International Hotel & Tower.
Although Juwan has children with four different women, his relationships were pretty private. He has dated Markita Blyden but married Jenine Wardally.
Jenine Wardally is the proud wife of Juwan Howard. She is the Juice Foundation founder, which works to arrange funds and awareness for cancer patients.
Juwan Howard is married only once, and his first wife is Jenine Wardally.
Juwan Howard’s children are Jace Howard, Starr Howard, Juwan Howard Jr., Sky Howard, Jett Howard, and Joshua Howard.
Juwan Howard has four sons, Jace Howard, Juwan Howard Jr., Joshua Howard, and Jett Howard. All of them are in schools, and they are also basketball players.
Juwan Howard has two daughters, Starr Howard and Sky Howard, who are completing their schooling.
Juwan Howard has a wife and six children in his family.
Juwan Howard is the son of Leroy Watson and Helena. His father used to work in a phone company after getting retired from the US Army, and his mother used to work at a restaurant.
Juwan Howard has one brother, “Jason Coleman,” and one sister, “Carmen Coleman.”
Juwan’s salary was $15,000,000 per year in NBA.
Howard’s career earning is $151,839,471 ($219,023,989*).
Although Juwan Howard is a wealthy American, he must own many cars. However, no specific details are available regarding Juwan Howard's cars.
Juwan has played basketball as a professional player for 19 years. He has played 1,208 games, of which 900 started. His points average 13.4, 2.2 assists, and 6.1 rebounds. Howard has gained 16,159 points, 2,663 assists, and 7,428 rebounds before getting retired.
Howard is an American citizen.
No information is available regarding Juwan Howard’s religion.
Juwan’s zodiac sign is Aquarius.
- Juwan has been All-Star for once and All-NBA for one time.
- Howard was starred as an All-American on the Wolverines men’s basketball team before being drafted.
- Howard has already played for heat.
- His first NBA championship win was with Miami Heat.