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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.
Known for his sharp shooting, Novak has recorded a 41.7 percent conversion on his 3-point attempts.
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