The game is either team’s fourth appearance in the preseason tournament which is featuring all 30 NBA Teams for the first time.
Heading to the game, Milwaukee and San Antonio are ranked 22nd and 25th respectively in the league standings with two losses and a win.
Spurs beat Washington Wizards but lost to Indiana Pacers and Portland Trailblazers; Spurs fell 89-95 to Portland on Tuesday.
Despite the loss, Brimah had a good outing registering nine points and nine rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench for San Antonio.
He added two blocks and an assist to his production where he converted four of five shots from the field and remained efficient.
He is playing for a spot on Spurs roster which has an opening at the backup Center spot behind veteran Spanish international Pau Gasol.
Brimah won last season’s NBA Gatorade League title with Spurs affiliate side Austin.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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