MILWAUKEE -- Steve Novak claims he knows the rims at the BMO Harris Bradley Center pretty well.
Nobody is buying that, simply because he's rarely hit them. As pure of a shooter asthere is in the NBA and the best 3-point shooter in Marquette history, Novak is more familiar with the nets in the arena.
Wednesday seemed like a flashback to his college days, when any given night, Novak was lighting up the Bradley Center, swish after swish.
The graduate of Brown Deer High School had quite the homecoming, playing a career-high 39 minutes, scoring 19 points on 7 of 10 shooting, including making 5 of 7 from beyond the arc in New York's 102-88 victory over the Bucks.
"I was feeling good and coach just had confidence in me," Novak said. "There's no place like playing at home. Playing at Madison Square Garden is unbelievable but there's nothing like being at home close to your place."
Novak earned the nickname "Money" while at Marquette because he was just that, making 46.1 percent of his ...