Found December 21, 2011 on
Steve Novak was waived this week by the Spurs.
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The New York Knicks will sign forward Steve Novak to a one-year deal, Yahoo! Sports reported citing sources on Monday.
Novak will have to pass through waivers unclaimed before the Knicks will hand him a league minimum contract.
The San Antonio Spurs released Novak and placed him on waivers Monday.
Novak, 28, averaged 4.0 points in 23 games for San Antonio last season.
The San Antonio Spurs have announced they have waived forward Steve Novak after just four days after he was re-signed on December 15.
Against the Houston Rockets in preseason action, Novak scored two points, and grabbed two rebounds.
Last season with San Antonio, he averaged 4 points in 23 games.
However, according to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, Novak is likely to sign...
The Knicks added some shooting to their roster, by picking up Steve Novak off the waiver wire. Per the NY Daily News: “The Knicks claimed Steve Novak off waivers to give them a 6-foot-10 outside shooting power forward. Novak, released by the Spurs, could see spot minutes since Mike D’Antoni wanted to add a ‘stretch 4′ to help open the court. The Knicks still have their ...
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Steve Novak is expected to join the Knicks today.If the 6-foot-10 Novak clears waivers today after getting cut by the Spurs, he will sign a one-year deal, according to an NBA source. The Knicks need anther backup forward and like his 3-point shooting prowess (career 41.7 percent). Novak...
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