"When you think of 3-point specialists, Jason Kapono and Kyle Korver are among the first pure shooters to come to mind. But even those two attempted more two-point shots than treys last season. Novak, on the other hand, plays like there's a communicable disease near the rim. Despite standing 6-foot-10, the Clippers' backup forward launched 286 shots from behind the arc last season, compared to 110 from two-point range. (That 2.6-1 ratio was the highest in the league.) He made 41.6 percent of them, well above the league average, which is good because Novak sure didn't rebound (1.8 rpg), pass (0.6 apg) or defend well enough to hold a roster spot."