Tonight’s game will be Austin’s first at home after playing the last four games on the road taking on the likes of Santa Cruz Warriors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland.
The Spurs have racked up six straight wins in the process moving the side to top the Western Conference standings.
Brimah has played a key role in Spurs excellent start to 2018 by showing off an improved offensive game recording double digit scoring games.
Celebrated for his defense, Brimah’s league leading block rate has fueled Austin to the impressive feat as the 2012 G League look toad another title.
Despite coming off the bench behind Matt Costello for a major part of the season, the Tudu born player is averaging 2.7 blocks per game.
Memphis head to the game in 12th place with 13 wins while Spurs have 21 wins this season.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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