Superagent David Falk said Pistons impending unrestricted free-agent center Greg Monroe hasn’t yet made his “short list’’ of teams he’s interested in, but indicated strongly the Knicks are expected to be squarely on it.

Monroe and his deft post game will play the Garden on Wednesday night in the season finale for both teams. Monroe’s next contest may be in orange and blue next fall.

“We are well aware the Knicks have cap space and we will sit down with them at the appropriate time,’’ Falk told The Post in a 25-minute phone interview from his Washington office. “Now is not the appropriate time.’’

Falk’s sentiment suggested the Knicks have a legitimate shot.

League executives told The Post in February that of all the free agents on the Knicks’ radar, Monroe has the best chance of coming to New York. Subsequently, an unnamed NBA executive was quoted in a recent published report saying it’s “about as close to a done deal as you can get.”

Falk was displeased with the quote, because teams cannot negotiate with prospective free agents until July 1.

“It’s so silly,’’ Falk said. “It’s factually incorrect and completely unsubstantiated.’’

Falk, who represented Patrick Ewing and Michael Jordan, among others, said if he made up his mind, it would go against Monroe’s recent strategy. Last summer, Monroe decided against signing a long-term deal with the Pistons as a restricted free agent and signed just the one-year, $5.5 million qualifying offer so he can be an unrestricted free agent in 2015 and explore all his options.

Falk said Monroe didn’t “solicit’’ other offers last summer, figuring Detroit would just match.
“He didn’t do what he did so he could short-circuit the process,’’ Falk said. “It goes against the grain of everything we did. We haven’t even made a short list of teams he’s interested in yet. After the season, after he unwinds, we will sit down, have a few dinners, a few drinks, a few meetings and I’ll present him a number of different teams and I’ll find out what fits his priorities.