Knicks' Pablo Prigioni Getting Better with More Minutes

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Knicks' Pablo Prigioni Getting Better with More Minutes
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The Knicks' 102-88 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, last night, was beneficial on so many levels. Besides Steve Novak having his best performance this season, the Knicks were also able to get back on track with their shooting (48 percent, including 52 percent from 3), defense (holding the dynamic Bucks' backcourt of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis to 13 combined points in the final three quarters), and rebounding (38-36 advantage) -- areas that seemed to betray the team during their three losses in four games funk.

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