Ghana Center Amida Brimah has stated he and his Fort Wayne Mad Ants teammates are learning to play together after recording back to back wins for the first time in the NBA Gatorade League (G League) season.
After recording a 98-93 win over Iowa Wolves, Fort Wayne clinched a 122-117 win over Raptors 905 in the follow up game; both wins were decided in double overtime.
Brimah played a key role in both wins delivering five blocks in each contest; in three games played, the former University of Connecticut player is averaging 10.7 points, four blocks and 7.7 rebounds.
According to USA based news outlet, the 6 foot 10 inch defender indicated his team is building chemistry in an interview stating,
“We’re learning, just learning to string together and just play together. We’re just figuring out the chemistry of the team and the role of everyone right now. I think that’s what we’ve figured out”.
Fort Wayne has three wins in eight games and plays Erie BayHawks later tonight.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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