Don't worry, Knicks fans. Not every player on the roster is going to be collecting social security next season (we kid, we kid!). Sure, the team has signed veterans Jason Kidd and Marcus Camby in the last week. But, they also spent last night resigning Steve Novak (and his discount double check celebration) as well as J.R. Smith to new contracts. Novak got a four-year deal worth $15 million, while Smith got a two-year deal worth about $5.6 million. Both are good signings for a Knicks team that's struggling to stay in the headlines with all the moves the Nets are making right now.

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