BACKGROUD: Pablo Prigioni is a 6’3” point guard from Argentina. Before signing with the Knicks for the veteran’s minimum, he had spent his entire playing career playing overseas. He spent the first three years of his career (1995-1998) playing in the Argentine LNB League. From there, he spent two years playing in the Spanish ACB… More
LINSANITY!!! As reported by multiple sources, it appears Raymond Felton is close to joining the Knicks. The Knicks’ only remaining trade chip is Dan Gadzuric’s non-guaranteed deal, which would allow them to send out his $1,352,181 contract and receive up to $2,128,271. Since Felton will likely demand a bit more than the veteran’s minimum, it’s… More
Pablo Prigioni, a 35-year-old Argentianean point guard who has been playing in Spain, has decided to accept the New York Knicks’ offer and come to the United States, according to Marc Berman. He’s set to become the oldest rookie in the NBA. Ever, I believe.
Someone should tell the Knicks that point guards are not the only players available during free agency, but they’re set on improving their depth. Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin have stolen the spotlight, but 35-year old Pablo Prigioni has struck up some interest from Knicks personnel.