What's the point with the Knicks? And who’s the point for the Knicks?

Those questions have become even murkier after Pablo Prigioni suffered a fractured right big toe during the third quarter of Monday’s chaotic loss to the Wizards at the Garden.

With Prigioni out at least two weeks and starting point guard Raymond Felton (hamstring) also still sidelined, Beno Udrih likely will start Wednesday in Milwaukee.

Mike Woodson indicated little-used Toure’ Murry, who has played just 34 total minutes this season in nine appearances, and Iman Shumpert will have to handle the ball over the next several games, while Chris Smith was recalled from Erie of the D-League. “Toure’ we got to get him ready to play. And probably try to play Iman at some ‘1’. So we got to mix and match a little bit right now until we are able to get Raymond and Pablo back,” Woodson said. “(Murry) is a young player that hasn’t been under the big lights yet and we got to give him a shot and is a player. I think he’s got the skills, but again this will be something new for him.”