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Knicks coach Mike Woodson tells the media Knicks sharp shooter, Steve Novak, is doubtful for tomorrow’s game in Boston.
Novak has been officially listed as “questionable” by the organization.
Novak is only averaging 8 minutes per game after playing in 19 per game last year.
His field goal attempts are up from last year, though. They have increased from 1.8 to a resounding 2.o this year.
Novak left the last game with back spasms and didn’t return.
No doubt Novak has not been a factor on the stat sheets, but Novak is beneficial in keeping the floor spaced with his three point range.
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Steve Novak sat out the second half of the New York Knicks' Game 5 loss to the Boston Celtics due to back spasms, and coach Mike Woodson told reporters -- including Ian Begley of ESPN New York -- that he's doubtful to suit up for Game 6 tonight.Mike Woodson said Steve Novak (back spasms) is doubtful for Game 6. #Knicks— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) May 2, 2013 This isn'...
RT @jeffzillgitt: Steve Novak (back spasms) is questionable for Game 6, Knicks say.
— Baxter Holmes (@BaxterHolmes) May 2, 2013
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