William Howard

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  • William Howard
    F, Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have signed William Howard to a two-way contract, per Shams Charania.

    Howard was Utah's last cut before the season and should fit right in with the Rockets, as he was a solid 3-point threat in France and has kept it up by shooting 43.7 percent from deep in the G League.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Stanton Kidd
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Stanton Kidd will be the 15th man on the Jazz roster to begin the regular season.

    The Jazz already waived William Howard, making Kidd the final player on the team. Kidd is far off the fantasy radar at this point.

    Source: Andy Larsen on Twitter

  • William Howard
    F, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have waived William Howard.

    Howard, a 25-year-old out of France, lost the 15th roster spot to Stanton Kidd. He was a solid 3-point shooter in France's LNB Pro A and is still a worthwhile developmental prospect.

    Source: Tony Jones on Twitter

  • Stanton Kidd
    PF, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have signed Stanton Kidd and William Howard.

    Kidd and Howard both participated in Summer League for the Jazz organization and impressed the team enough to be signed to fill out their roster. There is no guarantee that either will make the roster as it is unclear if their contracts are guaranteed. Kidd, 27, most recently played in Turkey while Howard, 25, most recently played in France.

    Source: Eric Woodyard on Twitter

  • William Howard
    F, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz have a verbal agreement to sign French forward William Howard, per Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune.

    Howard is a 25-year-old from Montbrison, France who spent the last two seasons with Limoges in France's LNB Pro A. He averaged 9.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.4 threes per game, shooting .411 from the field in 24.9 mpg. While last season saw Howard post career-low marks from deep, he is a .364 3-point shooter across five seasons in the LNB Pro A. It's unlikely that Howard plays much for the Jazz this season.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter