HoopsHype Pablo Prigioni rumors

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With Anthony sitting this one out, the Knicks have no player on Team USA (Tim Hardaway Jr. is on the practice team in Las Vegas training camp). But Prigioni is excited Anthony rejoined his team in New York. “When I saw Melo re-sign, the first thing I did was send him a message saying that I was so happy to have a chance to still play with him,” Prigioni said. “And I told him that I’m sure we will play much better next season.” New York Post

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So Phil’s got to get a star if he loses Anthony. I’ve heard this one: The Knicks get Noah and the Bulls get Tyson Chandler, a good expiring deal so they can go after Kevin Love next year, and Iman Shumpert, who is from Chicago and a good defender who Thibs would like and Pablo Prigioni, a good backup point if they lose Augustin and Hinrich. The Bulls gets three for one. How could they pass on that? Oh, right, they give up the only good player in the deal. Just what the Knicks might be thinking regarding Anthony. NBA.com

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Chandler then was asked if he was surprised Woodson took out a unit that had built a five-point lead early in the fourth quarter spearheaded by Pablo Prigioni and Andrea Bargnani. “A little,’’ Chandler said. “It is what it is.’’ New York Post

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The Knicks are expecting Pablo Prigioni (broken toe) to return after missing 16 games, and Woodson indicated the veteran point guard might start alongside Raymond Felton in the backcourt. A return to that smaller alignment likely would push Andrea Bargnani to the bench, with Anthony manning the power forward spot. New York Daily News

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Pablo Prigioni, who hasn’t played since Dec. 16 with a broken toe, said an X-ray taken earlier this week “looked really, really good.” He hopes to resume running Saturday or Sunday, and Woodson estimated it would be “probably another couple of weeks, maybe, a week or two” before Prigioni is available. New York Daily News

January 9, 2014 Updates

Pablo Prigioni said he had an X-ray on his fractured right big toe on Tuesday and it's "not completely fixed.'' Prigioni, who missed his 11th straight game, hopes to run Saturday or Sunday and to return late next week at the earliest. Newsday

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