Pablo Prigioni is an old-fashioned, pass-first point guard. His usage rate is under 11% for his career, he only takes about 6 shots per 36 minutes, he makes three-pointers, and he distributes the ball with an impressive 3:1 assist:turnover ratio.
Despite being 38, Pablo doesn't have a lot of NBA experience, due to his late entrance following an illustrious international career. To get a better idea of how he plays, here's some good highlight clips I found on YouTube. As you watch these, imagine how his game will translate to the Clippers. Instead of lobs to Tyson Chandler and J.R. Smith, he'll be throwing them to DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Josh Smith, and Lance Stephenson. Instead of kicking out to Steve Novak and Carmelo Anthony on the perimeter, he'll have J.J. Redick and Paul Pierce. His low-usage style fits well on a team full of high-usage players, and when he does have the ball, he tends to make those around him better with his high basketball IQ and skillful passing. And he generates a TON of steals by sneaking up on people — 2.4 steals per36 last season was better than even Chris Paul (2.0 per 36).
Here's the best of them, from the 2013-2014 season, his last full year with the Knicks. On display here: his passing skills, shooting stroke, crafty finishing moves, and tricky defensive tactics.
The resolution on this video from SBNation's own Mike Prada isn't great, but if you squint and tilt your head to the left, you can see his crafty defensive tactics and length generating tons of steals.
This shows more of the same — highlights from his rookie season.
Here's a fuller highlight video from Prigioni's rookie year — the first half counts down his top 10 plays, the second half is extra highlights.