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NY Knick’s Steve Novak Clowns on “Little” Nate Robinson

Usually when guys are being interviewed and are asked about a situation that may be considered controversial, they retreat into “PR” mode and either divert the question or give a “No Comment”.

This was not the case a few days ago when Steve Novak was asked about Nate Robinson, former Knick, who has been caught on numerous occasions mocking Novak’s celebratory “Belt” move after a 3-pointer.

The Knicks fell to the Bulls on Friday night, and during that game Robinson pulled the same move as Novak.

After the game, Steve Novak was asked about the “mocking” nature of Robinson and gave one of the best comebacks in the history of post game interviews! A truly classic response.

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