Pablo Prigioni confirmed that he'd like to remain in the NBA next season, but his future with the Knicks is unclear.
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"If I can choose, I prefer to play in the United States and stay in the NBA,'' Prigioni said on Argentine radio. The Knicks would have to use part of their $3.1 million mid-level exception to pay Prigioni, and there's a very real possibility he'll sign elsewhere. The Spurs are rumored to have some interest.
There is no indication of anything serious, and the MRI is just designed in order to monitor his recovery after he's dealt with a calf injury during the playoffs. We don't expect Parker to miss any time, but we're putting him on the injury report just in case. Parker reported improvement in the calf, but also noted it was the worst bruise of his career.