His Spanish team, a source said, is offering him a one-year deal. The Knicks likely would want him for either the $2 million lower exception or $1.4 million veteran’s minimum...
Prigioni is open to the NBA after spending his entire career in Europe. He has been on the Knicks’ radar before. Back in 2009, then team president Donnie Walsh and Grunwald investigated signing Prigioni. But now he’s three years older.
One European scout said Prigioni has had a fine career but wonders if, at age 35, he can play 82 games.