Joakim Noah’s disappointing Knicks career is over after just two seasons. Unable to find a trade, the Knicks waived the 33-year-old center Saturday with two years and $37.8 million remaining on his contract. Noah had been away from the team since clashing with former coach Jeff Hornacek last season, when he appeared in just seven games. The Knicks had already decided he wouldn’t rejoin the club under new coach David Fizdale but were hoping they could find a long shot trade to get something back for him without having to cut him. The New York native signed with his hometown team in 2016 and drew a loud ovation in his first appearance at Madison Square Garden, where he was introduced as being from the Hell’s Kitchen section of the city, rather than from Florida, the team he helped win two NCAA championships. The Chicago Bulls selected him with the ninth overall pick in the 2007 draft. Pelicans cut G Jack, F Green as opener nears The New Orleans Pelicans have waived guard Jarrett Jack and forward Garlon Green. Jack had signed with New Orleans a week before training camp and averaged 3.3 points and two assists in three preseason games.