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Pablo Prigioni is interested in returning to the New York Knicks for a second season.
Prigioni will become an unrestricted free agent in July.
"Pablo really enjoyed himself here, and he has interest in playing again next year," Bass said. "He's fallen in love with New York, there's no doubt. The Knicks are just a first-class organization, so it's been good all the way around."
Prigioni will likely test the free agent market.
"I do believe there will be other teams that will have interest in him, but you never know how much interest," Bass said. "If somebody came along and offered him more money, then that's a whole different story."
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The New York Knicks are expected to welcome forward Amar’e Stoudemire back to the lineup for today’s Game 3 matchup against the Indiana Pacers. While Stoudemire is a talented player, he’s not viewed as an especially good fit with All-Star small forward Carmelo Anthony. For this reason, John Schuhmann of NBA.com believes most of Stoudemire’s minutes could come when Anthony...
J.R. Smith missed the Knicks morning shootaround because of a fever and may not play Saturday night at Indiana.
Coach Mike Woodson says the guard stayed at the team hotel with a fever of about 102 degrees. With the series tied 1-1, Woodson says he'll rely on the team doctors to decide Smith's availability.
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But, coach Mike Woodson was insistent that when Amar’e was healthy enough to play, he would get some minutes and that is the plan for game 3 of the Knicks vs. Pacers series.
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There is no doubt that people from the Midwest live a different life than those from New York City. The fast paced life of the Big Apple is enough to scare off the laid back country life of anyone from that region.
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I lean toward them being separate things, only because JR always hits the club and JR always been a streak shooter who makes a lot of boneheaded plays at times.
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Amar’e Stoudemire will return for game 3 against the Indiana Pacers for the first time since having knee surgery over 2 months ago. Stat, with the support of his teammates and coaches, is eager to get back on the court and help this team in the playoffs. However, many Knicks fans are “up in arms” about his impending return…again.
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With Stoudemire nearing a comeback from a two-month absence following right knee surgery, both he and the Knicks are keeping expectations low.
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Knicks coach Mike Woodson believes Amare Stoudemire can help his team win Saturday night in Indianapolis, so he's not keeping him on the bench for Game 3.
Instead, Woodson is gambling he can bring back a potentially big scorer without messing up the team chemistry. After missing two months following surgery on his right knee, Stoudemire is expected to play 10 to 15 minutes,...
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