Well, not exactly what the Knicks need right now. Amidst a mess of a season and following a horrible game, the Knicks have announced that guard Pablo Prigioni will be out at least two weeks with a fractured right big toe. Via ESPN New York: “New York Knicks point guard Pablo Prigioni will be out at least two weeks with a hairline fracture of his right big toe, the team announced. Surgery is not required to repair the injury, the Knicks said. Prigioni suffered the fracture in the third quarter of the Knicks’ 102-101 loss to the Wizards on Monday night. It appeared to be a noncontact injury. He exited with 9:49 left in the quarter and the Knicks trailing 57-42. Prigioni’s absence leaves the Knicks with a dire situation at point guard. Starter Raymond Felton is out with a strained left hamstring and could be sidelined at least two more weeks. With Prigioni out, the Knicks have just two healthy point guards on the roster: veteran Beno Udrih (who replaced Prigioni on Monday) and rookie Toure’ Murry.”