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Copeland, a restricted free agent, agreed to sign a two-year, $6.12 million offer sheet with the Indiana Pacers. Though he didn't play a major role in Woodson's rotation, the Knicks did intend to bring the 29-year-old rookie back. But they were limited to using their Taxpayer's Mid-Level Exception and also wanted to re-sign Pablo Prigioni. "We just couldn't -- we thought Pablo was the guy that we wanted and we used the money to go get Pablo," Woodson said. "There was money still left to get Copeland, but he got a better deal. So we've got to live with that." Sulia

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The Knicks brought back two of their own free agents Thursday. They came to terms on multi-year deals with J.R. Smith and Pablo Prigioni, according to their respective agents. Smith, 27, will get a four-year deal for roughly $25 million, the most the Knicks can pay under the "Early Bird" exception, Leon Rose said. The deal includes a player option for the fourth year. Smith would have his "Bird" rights then and the Knicks would be able to sign him for whatever they wanted. "Bird rights" are salary-cap exceptions that help teams re-sign their own free agents. Newsday

Free agent guard Pablo Prigioni has reached agreement on a three-year, $6 million contract to re-sign with the New York Knicks, league sources told RealGM. Prigioni’s new deal with the Knicks allows him to earn $2 million per season and includes a team option in the third season, partially guaranteed, a source said. RealGM

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A person who spoke to the 35-year-old Prigioni on Wednesday told The News that Prigioni “hopes” a deal is completed “real soon.” New York Daily News

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