ESPN's NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting on Monday morning that second-year Michigan head coach Juwan Howard (pictured above) will be a candidate for vacant NBA head coaching jobs this offseason.

Wojnarowski's tweet:

Howard was an assistant coach with the Miami Heat after his playing career concluded in 2013.  He took over for John Beilein in Ann Arbor a year ago.  The Wolverines were 19-12 (10-10 in Big Ten play) in the 2019-20 season, and would've likely made the NCAA Tournament had it not been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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