To maximize his chances of landing an NBA standard contract after three years since turning professional, Brimah is working on the offensive side of his game. He is working with former University of Connecticut Coach Glen Miller.
He has teamed up with his former Associate Coach at University of Connecticut (UCONN) Glen Miller to help him in this regard.
Despite helping Spurs win last season’s G League title, leading the regular season in blocks in two straight seasons and getting named to All Defensive Team twice, Amida is still yet to play in the NBA.
He has played sparingly in the Summer League for Chicago Bulls before but his body of work in the G League and an impressive outing in this year’s Summer League could get him chances to be the second Ghana born player to play in the NBA.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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