9. Steve Novak, New York Knicks
Having spent the last few years of his career in the media frenzy that is New York, his value and perceived elite shooting touch may be overrated, but Novak has proven that he is one of the best catch-and-shoot three-point shooters in the NBA today.
The Knicks need players to stretch the court around Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith, and Novak blossomed beautifully into that essential role player. He continues to shoot elite percentages from beyond the arc, and may be one of the worst defenders in the entire league, but he does one thing spectacularly well: shoot the ball from distance.