Prigioni was eased back into action and logged only 19 minutes as a starter in his first game since Dec. 16, missing all three of his field goal attempts, all of which came from downtown. He knocked down all two of his free throw attempts and finished with two points, five rebounds and two assists in a 103-80 defeat.
"We've had some success, as you recall last year, with playing [Prigioni] and Raymond [Felton] both and Melo back at the 4," Woodson said Sunday. "I'm not opposed to going back small based on what other teams do."
Prigioni has been sidelined since Dec. 16, and as a result he has missed 16 consecutive games with the injury. He has averaged 3.9 points, 3.2 assists and 1.9 rebounds through 24 games.
Prigioni is targeting a Monday return against Brooklyn, according to the report. He has been sidelined since Dec. 16, and will have missed at least 16 games before Monday's contest against the Nets. He has averaged 3.9 points, 3.2 assists and 1.9 rebounds through 24 games.
Felton will have missed six consecutive games after the road trip because of a groin strain. Prigioni suffered a fractured right big toe on Dec. 16, which will cause him to miss at least nine straight games. The Knicks will return to Madison Square Garden on Jan. 7 against the Pistons.
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