Brimah (third from left) and teammates on Partizan bench in Game One
Later tonight, result from Partizan NIS matchup against Crvena Zvezd will determine Partizan’s and Ghana Center Amida Brimah’s fate in the Serbian postseason.

Amida and Partizan head to tonight’s game needing a win at all cost to even its series and force a Game 3; a loss condemns NIS to two straight losses in the best f three game series.

Partizan lost 62-87 to Crvena in Game One on Monday May 28 in a game the latter profited a lot from converting free throw opportunities.

Brimah had a bad time in Game One as the former University of Connecticut product registered two rebounds in six minutes. He also missed both free throw attempts.

Crvena Guard Taylor Rochestie paced all scorers in the game as he dished out 22 points, six rebounds and five assists with seven of his scoring tally coming from the charity stripe.

Partizan needs to get regular season second top scorer Nigel Williams-Gross going early; like Brimah, he struggled in Game One scoring 12 points.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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