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The Knicks believe a marketplace exists for 37-year-old point guard Pablo Prigioni. According to a source, the Knicks have looked to trade the slow but steady point guard, seeing if they can unearth an asset such as a second-round pick. “He’s worth something,’’ one person familiar with the situation said. New York Post

January 22, 2015 Updates

As they continue to reshape their roster moving forward, the Knicks are looking to deal point guard Pablo Prigioni for a second-round draft pick, a league source told SNY.tv and The Knicks Blog. “They need someone to take him,” the source said, adding that the Clippers were interested but don’t own a second-round pick. The Knicks Blog

"For the last three months, we've heard from European teams interested in Pablo's services," agent Claudio Villanueva told HoopsHype. "We are not worried about his situation in New York. If something happens, it happens. Three of four clubs in Europe have reached out to us already, but we have not pursued anything there, of course. We just know there will be options available for him whatever happens." HoopsHype

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Carmelo Anthony has been the spokesman for the Knicks the past couple of years and has had some memorable words about their struggles. But one of the team's most respected and least vocal players may have gotten right to the root of this team's major issue. "Maybe we don't have enough talent to win," Pablo Prigioni said after the Knicks sank to 5-25 with Sunday's 118-108 loss in Toronto. Newsday

December 20, 2014 Updates

New York Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni has quite the warmup routine — or at least he did on Saturday’s game against the Phoenix Suns. Spoiler alert: it involved leg kicks and Tinashe’s seductive hit 2 On. For The Win

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Prigioni crumpled to the court and stayed down for more than a minute. He limped badly off the court, to the locker room, helped by trainer Roger Hinds. X-rays were negative, but Prigioni didn’t return. “Not too bad,’’ Prigioni said as he limped to the bus after the game. “Let’s see tomorrow.’’ New York Post

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