NEW YORK (AP) - Pablo Prigioni is back in the New York Knicks' starting lineup for Game 2 of their playoff series against Boston after missing the opener with a sprained right ankle.
Prigioni was hurt last Wednesday in the regular-season finale, but coach Mike Woodson says Tuesday the 35-year-old NBA rookie has practiced the last few days and seems to be moving well. The veteran point guard for Argentina's national team moved into the starting lineup late in the season and the Knicks went 16-2 with Prigioni as a starter.
New York leads the series 1-0.
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