The Milwaukee Bucks made it official on Monday, signing 33-year-old free agent forward Steve Novak to a one-year deal.
Novak originally signed with the Bucks in February but appeared in only three games with the team before suffering a knee injury that required surgery.
Novak is the 15th player signed by the Bucks, giving the team a full roster as they head into the start of training camp in Madison on Sept. 27.
The 6’10 former Marquette standout gives the Bucks another three-point option off the bench. They ranked last in three point shooting a year ago.
The Brown Deer native has played for nine teams during his 10-year NBA career. He was the 32nd overall pick by Houston in 2006.