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There’s lots of speculation of what the New York Knicks may or may not do to strengthen their point guard position. One thing the organization and the fans can agree on is everyone would like to see Pablo Prigioni return for a second season. The franchise would like to see Prigioni come back so much that they’ve reportedly offered him a two-year contract.
Pablo Prigioni isn’t the youngest point guard on the free agent market. He’s 36 years old and would be the elder statesmen on the New York Knicks if he were to return next season. However that won’t stop the Knicks from trying to get him to return on a multi-year deal.
PickandRoll.com reports via their Twitter account that the Knicks have extended Prigioni a two-year offer.
Pablo Prigioni recibiÃ??Ã?Â³ una oferta de los New York Knicks para seguir por dos temporadas mÃ??Ã?Â¡s. #PickAndRoll#NBA
— Pick&Roll (@Pickandrollweb) July 3, 2013
For those that don’t speak or read Spanish that translates to “Pablo Prigioni received an o
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Copeland will get two years for six million. Knicks can’t match.
— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) July 6, 2013
BREAKING: Chris Copeland signing an offer sheet with the Pacers. #Knicks
— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) July 6, 2013
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J.R. Smith and the Knicks reportedly are working out the details on a contract that will keep the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year with the team for another four years.
The New York Knicks and J.R. Smith agreed to a four-year contract worth $24.7 million on Thursday. As the 2013 Sixth-Man of the Year winner, the 27-year-old Smith averaged 18.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists over 80 contests last season. An erratic gunslinger on the court and a liability off of it, the 6-foot-6, 220 pound Smith is a pricey gamble for New York. Connecting on...
Pablo Prigioni has agreed to return to the New York Knicks.
Prigioni was a 35-year-old NBA rookie last season after a long career in Spain.
Now that the Dwight Howard saga has apparently ended, the New York Knicks and the rest of the league will step up their final push to free agency and snatch up the remaining players. In the Knicks case they still have some unresolved business. Chris Copeland is still sought after by many teams, and it seems that the Knicks are priced out of the Cope market. It looks to me that they...
J.R. Smith and the New York Knicks are reportedly finalizing a deal that will bring the 2012-13 Sixth Man of the Year back to NY, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
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Frank Isola of The New York Daily News is reporting the Knicks have reached an agreement with guard J.R. Smith worth $24.7 million over four years.
Breaking: The Knicks and J.R. Smith agree to a new deal, Smith’s agent, Leon Rose, tells the Daily News.
— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) July 4, 2013
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We’ve heard a little about the players that the Cavaliers are pursuing in free agency, including Earl Clark and Darren Collison, Chauncey Billups, Greg Oden, and Nikola Pekovic, but a new name has emerged as a frontcourt option. ESPN New York’s Jared Zwerling reports that the Cavaliers may be prepared to offer New York Knicks center Chris Copeland a multi-year contract.
Even if he was going to have to take a little less money, I just couldn’t imagine JR Smith not returning to the Knicks. Finally they locked him down. Breaking: The Knicks and J.R. Smith agree to a new deal, Smith's agent, Leon Rose, tells the Daily News. — Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) July 4, 2013
The New York Knicks are looking for a small forward who can shoot from three-point range and defend on the wing, according to a league source.
The Knicks have expressed interest in Carlos Delfino, Francisco Garcia and Dahntay Jones.
After signing Pablo Prigioni, the Knicks have about $1.7 million of their mid-level exception to use on free agents.
Chris Copeland has agreed to sign a two-year, $6.1 million deal with the Indiana Pacers.
The New York Knicks will be unable to match despite Copeland's status as a restricted free agent.