The New York Knicks reached agreement with guard Pablo Prigioni on a three-year contract worth nearly $6 million, Newsday reported.
The third year is a partially guaranteed team option, according to the report.
Prigioni, 36, started 10 of the Knicks' 11 playoff games in his first season in the NBA. He averaged 3.5 points and 3.0 assists during the regular season, but was lauded for his defensive work.
With the loss of Jason Kidd, Prigioni is likely play a prominent role for the Knicks next season.