The win is Partizan’s ninth in 10 games and keeps them at par in the number one spot in Group B with FMP Beograd.
Brimah however, had a low production night as he registered two points, a block and three rebounds in the matchup.
The former University of Connecticut Captain attempted just two shots in his time on the floor; he scored one of two attempted field goals.
Partizan holds a three game winning streak after the win while Metalac remains in fifth place with eight losses in nine games.
For the first time in three games, Partizan’s top scorer was not Guard Nigel Williams-Gross who scored 19 points but Vanja Marinkovic who scored 26 points.
Partizan is set to progress to the next round of the playoffs; Brimah joined the team from NBA Gatorade League Champions Austin Spurs.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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