On a personal level, this is positive for the 6 foot 11 inch defender who has played games from starting from the bench prior to last night’s encounter.
The former University of Connecticut product made his presence count by producing eight points, 12 rebounds, and assist and a block in 25 minutes.
The game marks the second straight game Amida has register a double digit mark; in a loss to Iowa Wolves prior to facing Santa Cruz, Brimah scored 10 points.
However, on a team level, Austin is performing bad since resuming action on December 1 after a near week break; the side lost 102-107 to Warriors at home.
The loss is Spurs fourth straight miss in as many games threatening the team’s chances of making it to the postseason next year.
Warriors James Southerland top scored in the game with 28 points ahead of Spurs Forward Darrun Hilliard who ended the contest with 21 points.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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