Steve Novak

#6 SF / Oklahoma City Thunder / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 225 lb Age: 32 College: Marquette

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INJURY ALERT: Questionable | Knee | Game Time Decision
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Bucks' Steve Novak: Expected to resume workouts in the summer

    Novak (knee) indicated Tuesday that he won't require surgery to address his sprained left MCL, Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Novak, who has been ruled out for the season, will go with the rest and rehab route in order to recovery from the knee injury. He's expected to resume working out in the summer, so concerns over the ailment shouldn't be much of a factor in free agency for the veteran sharpshooter. Assuming Novak wants to continue his career, look for him to find a spot in training camp with an NBA team, though he may have to settle for a non-guaranteed contract.

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    Bucks' Steve Novak: Will miss remainder of season with MCL sprain

    Novak will miss the remainder of the season with a sprained left MCL, Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe reports. Novak was signed by the Bucks just six days ago and is now out for the season. It is a rough situation for the Bucks, as they really needed to add some three point shooting to their roster, something that Novak specializes in. Novak never figured to be much of a fantasy asset in standard or DFS leagues, but it is still a rough break for the veteran. It remains to be seen what will happen with Novak in the offseason.

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    Bucks' Steve Novak: Injures knee Saturday

    Novak's injury that forced him to leave Saturday night's game is a sprained left knee, according to C.F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Novak, who said he didn't see how the injury occurred, will have the knee examined Sunday.

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    Bucks' Steve Novak: Helped off court

    Novak was forced to leave Saturday night's game against the Pistons favoring his left leg, according to C.F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Novak, who is considered day-to-day leading up to Monday night's game against Houston, had four points (1-2 FG, 1-2 3Pt) in 11 minutes.

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    Bucks' Steve Novak: Available Monday

    Novak will be available to play in Monday's game against the Lakers, Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Novak signed with the Bucks on Monday after ultimately being released by the Nuggets on Friday. It would be fairly surprising for the veteran to see extended time on the court immediately, although Milwaukee has lacked an ample three-point shooter all season long, meaning he could find a recurring role off the bench in due time under limited minutes.

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    Bucks' Steve Novak: Officially signs with Bucks

    Novak officially signed with the Bucks and practiced with the team Monday morning, CF Gardner of the Journal Sentinel reports. It's unclear at this point whether Novak will be available Monday night against the Lakers. As expected, Novak and the Bucks officially completed paperwork and a physical Monday morning, and the 32-year-old has joined his hometown team. Despite going through Monday's shootaround, Novak may still be held out as he adjusts to his new surroundings. Even if he is cleared, it's highly unlikely Novak plays a major role in his first game in a new uniform.

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    Steve Novak: Set to sign with Bucks

    Novak is set to sign with the Bucks, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports. After being traded from Oklahoma City to Denver at Thursday's deadline, Novak made it known that he was interested in a buyout, and the Nuggets were content to oblige. Novak was bought out Friday and officially cleared waivers Sunday evening. Per Stein's report, the 32-year-old was en route to Milwaukee, and the signing is expected to become official sometime Monday. Novak, a Milwaukee area native, played only sparingly for the Thunder and hasn't been a regular rotational player in several seasons, but the Bucks are starved for shooting, so it's possible he could see consistent run off the bench over the final third of the season. In order to accommodate Novak on the roster, Milwaukee released Chris Copeland on Sunday.

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    Steve Novak: Released Friday

    Novak was released by the Nuggets Friday, Shams Charania of the Vertical reports. Novak was just traded to the Nuggets at Thursday's deadline, but will now be released. Novak appeared in just seven games for the Thunder this season and never carved out a distinct role on the team. He will, however, be playoff eligible after he clears waivers, should a team decide to sign Novak later this season.

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    Nuggets' Steve Novak: Expected to be bought out

    Novak will likely be bought out by the Nuggets, Marc Stein of ESPN reports. Novak was traded to Denver on Thursday in a deal that brought Randy Foye to Oklahoma City, but the veteran was simply a throw-in in the trade, and the Nuggets are reportedly willing to work with Novak on a buyout. That would enable Novak to sign on with a new team, likely a contender looking to make a playoff run. Of course, another team would have to agree to take absorb Novak into an empty roster spot, but there figures to be interest given Novak's reputation as a sharpshooter and solid teammate.

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    Nuggets' Steve Novak: Dealt to Denver

    Novak was traded to the Nuggets on Thursday alongside D.J. Augustin in exchange for Randy Foye, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports. Novak has made a total of just 42 appearances on the court over the last two seasons while with Utah and Oklahoma City. The 31-year-old is more of a mentor than on-the-court asset at this juncture in his career, and that dynamic should continue while with the Nuggets as he plays behind Danilo Gallinari, Will Barton, Mike Miller, and Darrell Arthur.