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Josh Back in Action as Toros Fall

After missing Friday night’s tilt in Sioux Falls due to injury, Josh Howard fought his way back on the court Sunday evening.

The Show came off the bench and turned in seven points in just over 11 minutes, but the Austin Toros couldn’t slow the Santa Cruz offense in a 123-103 defeat.

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The Show Exits Austin Defeat Early

The Austin Toros made a valiant last-ditch comeback effort Wednesday night against Sioux Falls, but the red-hot Josh Howard wasn’t there to help fuel the fire.

The Show tallied nine points, four rebounds and two assists, but they all came in 23 minutes through the first two quarters and change.

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Josh Drops 23 As Toros Edge Legends

When Ronald Murray’s game-winning shot went down, Josh Howard was the first to leap onto his back, and the two stars of the night celebrated their close-call victory, as the crowd in Frisco fell silent.

Thanks to a scorching start from Howard, and a little late-game magic from Murray, the Austin Toros are now winners of two straight.

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Full Steam Ahead

I’ve been working out at full strength for a while now, and I’m ready to show people again that I know how to bounce back from an injury.

I got cleared by the doctors at the end of August, and it’s been full steam ahead ever since. Right now, I’m just waiting to hear from a team. I’ve been through this process before. I’m just staying prepared to get that phone call.

A lot of teams just look at the injury, and question if I’m healthy or not, which is understandable. I had the opportunity to work out for San Antonio, Houston and Minnesota last month, and none of them said anything negative about my performance, which I think is a good thing. From what my agent said, everyone thought I moved a whole lot better this year than last year, so that was a great compliment in itself.

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