The lanky defender played ten minutes off the bench in San Antonio’s 94-87 win over Memphis Grizzlies in the last game for both side in Utah.
Both teams join the remaining teams in the NBA in Las Vegas for the city’s Summer League which starts tomorrow; Spurs will be in action against Indiana Pacers.
Following impressive performances in the two previous games, Brimah did not sustain his production as he registered a point, rebound, assist, steal and block respectively.
Prior to facing off against Memphis, Brimah scored eight and nine points against Utah Jazz and Atlanta Hawks while gathering nine and 11 rebounds respectively.
Against Grizzlies, the 2014 College Champion attempted no field goals and his solitary point came from the free throw line; he attempted two shot.
San Antonio is set to play Indiana Pacers, Washington Wizards and Portland Trailblazers in the preliminary rounds in Las Vegas and Brimah will be hoping to play well with Spurs backup Center spot up for grabs.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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