SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz expect to field a full team for Wednesday night's game with Toronto.
Forward Josh Howard, who joined the team as a free agent this season, practiced Monday for the first time in over a week after sitting out three games and said he had no ill effects from the strained quad injury.
"It's looking good so far," he said Tuesday morning. "My first practice back was yesterday and it went well."
When asked if he would play Wednesday, Howard said, "Probably."
"I thought he moved pretty well yesterday and we'll see if he has any soreness today," said Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin.
The Jazz play Toronto at 7 p.m., Wednesday, then fly to Dallas for a game Friday night, before returning home to face Sacramento Saturday night.
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