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Josh Howard is reportedly attempting an NBA comeback

Miami, UNITED STATES: Josh Howard (R) of the Dallas Mavericks vies with Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat during Game 5 of the NBA finals in Miami 18 June 2006. The best-of-seven series is tied 2-2. AFP PHOTO/Robert SULLIVAN (Photo credit should read ROBERT SULLIVAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Miami, UNITED STATES: Josh Howard (R) of the Dallas Mavericks vies with Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat during Game 5 of the NBA finals in Miami 18 June 2006. The best-of-seven series is tied 2-2. AFP PHOTO/Robert SULLIVAN (Photo credit should read ROBERT SULLIVAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Josh Howard played 10 NBA seasons, most notably for the Mavericks from 2003 through part of the 2010 campaign. He was an athletic two-way player who could defend and score equally well, while shooting it from three at an above-average percentage.

Howard has been out of the league since appearing in just 11 games for the Timberwolves in 2013, but is looking to get back in -- just as he has been for the past couple of years.

"Ex-NBA All-Star Josh Howard, who is healthy now and has been working out at Impact in Las Vegas, is seeking a NBA training camp invitation," reports Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports.

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If enough of his athleticism has returned, he may get a look from someone when training camp comes. But earning an actual roster spot at this point of his career would appear to be a long shot. Most recently, Howard played for the Pelicans at Summer League in 2014.