No Pablo? No problemo.

The Knicks are confident they will withstand the ankle sprain to Argentine point guard Pablo Prigioni, whose insertion into the starting lineup coincided with the club’s recent 13-game winning streak.

Prigioni, who left the Garden on crutches, according to a source, after spraining his ankle on a drive in Wednesday’s regular season finale, likely will miss Game 1 Saturday against the Celtics and the best-case scenario is a return for Game 2 Tuesday. Prigioni became a Mike Woodson favorite for his playmaking and pressuring the ball on defense.

Woodson said he’s leaning toward starting Chris Copeland in Prigioni’s place to keep Carmelo Anthony at power forward.

“We definitely are going to miss Pablo but it can’t change nothing because it’s the playoffs,’’ Raymond Felton said. “We got to perform. We’re definitely going to miss Pablo. And hopefully we’ll get him back the second game. Maybe the first game and a miracle happens.

“Pablo is hurt but we got a lot of guys on this team who can step up,’’ Felton added. “We still got a lot of guys coming back who haven’t played in a while so they should have fresh legs.’’