Brimah recorded a joint lead in blocked shots but produced one of his lowest offensive output scoring just two points in Austin Spurs 98-109 loss to Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
He recorded seven rebounds but his three turnovers in 24 minutes didn’t help his team’s course as they rallied late to force overtime.
Amida tied the game’s league in blocks with Vipers Center Zhou Qi; Brimah leads the G League in blocks with 2.8 swats per game.
In France, Ben Bentil’s struggles putting the ball in the basket continue as he failed to get out of his shooting slump in recent games.
The former Dallas Mavericks Forward scored six points converting two of seven attempts from the field in 15 minutes.
His side, Champagne Charlons Reims lost 90-93 to Paris-Levallois after winning its previous tie in the league. Levallois featured former NBA Champion Boris Diwas who scored 12 points and gathered five rebounds with six assists.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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