The New York Knicks have offered Pablo Prigioni a two-year contract offer, according to Argentinian hoops site, Pick and Roll. In their exact, translated, words, they said that Prigioni has an offer from the New York Knicks to continue for two more seasons.
Prigioni is coming off his first year with the Knicks, a season that made him a fan favorite. Going into the summer, one of the biggest questions surrounding the team’s roster was whether or not Prigioni would return, and it looks like, from this report, that the Knicks will at least give Prigioni the opportunity to return. There’s no word yet on the size of the offer, but it’s likely to be valued at the veteran’s minimum.
Prigioni loved New York, as he told ESPNNY that he “would like to go back to New York, I miss New York.” However, his wife wanted to move back to Europe.
Be sure to take this report for what it is, as it’s yet to be confirmed by any other reporters. We’ll keep you in the loop as this story develops.