Ghana Center Amida Brimah played sparingly in Brooklyn Nets final game in the first round of the ongoing NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Brimah played just two minutes off the bench as Brooklyn clinched a 93-85 win over Orlando Magic last night for the Nets third win in four games.
After impressing as the starting Center in the win over Washington Wizards, Brimah returned to the bench as regular starter Jarrett Allen returned to the lineup.
Against the Wizards, Amida scored 14 points, gathered eight rebounds and made two blocks in 19 minutes for his first double digit production in the preseason tournament.
However, with Allen playing 31 minutes and Forward Nicolas Claxton playing 13 minutes against Orlando, there were limited minutes for Brimah to play.
The 25 year old converted his only attempted field goal in the game and gathered one rebound. For the first time in four games, Brimah did not register a block.
Amida has spent two seasons with Austin Spurs in the NBA Gatorade League before his addition to the Nets roster.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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