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Steve Novak's trade value?

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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#46 » by TheToothFairy » Sun Nov 18, 2012 3:34 pm

I hate posts like this
Novak is a 6'10 3pt shooter. One of the best in the league

Every team needs one, including this team
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#47 » by HateMyThreads » Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:54 pm

JDs_loot wrote:I'm not saying I want him gone, but when Ama're comes back and Camby get's tossed in to the rotation, I'm wondering if there will be any minutes for Steve. I'm just wondering about his trade value right now. Can we get a good first rounder for him? What can we get for him?


He ain't going no where and I don't want him going anywhere. Besides you're acting like Camby and Amare are dependable to be healthy until the very end. Novak's role will increase as the year progresses. Felton's making noise around the league now so teams will prepare to take him away and close out on the pick n roll ... that is going to open it up for Novak. Melo's passing is getting better and JR still is going to settle down. We're benefiting from Kidd and JR hitting at a ridiculous clip from beyond the stripe. Our best shooter is Novak ... we're not even 10 games in. Lets things settle in. Also lets not act like he's not the reason we beat Miami in the first game. He shot 6-10 beyond the arc in that game. Miami has a problem defending off the ball screens and so does Boston. Boston tends to leave shooters wide open especially bigger 3 point shooters. Novak's value will show up .... chill out.
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#48 » by GeneralNbaFan » Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:16 pm

TheToothFairy wrote:I hate posts like this
Novak is a 6'10 3pt shooter. One of the best in the league

Every team needs one, including this team


Yes, I agree.....

Normally for playoffs you need only 8-9 players.... but if you have versality you can choose between players... and you can always use a good shooter.... even for only 5-10 minutes.....
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#49 » by MSG » Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:37 pm

Novak isn't going anywhere. I LOVE THE GUY. He's been in a slump but he's a too good of a shooter to not get back to his usual percentage.
By the way we're complaining about his shooting and he's making 38% of his threes. That's pretty good,especially because he's taking a lot of contested threes.
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#50 » by MaseInYourFace » Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:13 pm

JDs_loot wrote:I'm not saying I want him gone, but when Ama're comes back and Camby get's tossed in to the rotation, I'm wondering if there will be any minutes for Steve. I'm just wondering about his trade value right now. Can we get a good first rounder for him? What can we get for him?


Novak will play somehow. We need him to stretch floor.
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#51 » by MaseInYourFace » Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:14 pm

MSG wrote:Novak isn't going anywhere. I LOVE THE GUY. He's been in a slump but he's a too good of a shooter to not get back to his usual percentage.
By the way we're complaining about his shooting and he's making 38% of his threes. That's pretty good,especially because he's taking a lot of contested threes.


Yeah it's funny, his slump is still better than most....
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Re: Steve Novak's trade value? 

Post#52 » by fdr2012 » Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:52 pm

The part that people miss is that Novak has been playing far better defense during the last few games. He's a lot less of a defensive liability, which means you can keep him on the floor, even when his shot is not falling.

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