“I’m happy with our team right now, but Brickman is a great player and he’s been a great player in the ABL for quite sometime. I don’t really know what the situation is, even for him moving forward. Maybe at a later time,” he said.
Brickman who is a Filipino-American was already dubbed as a best passer point guard even before he suit up with the Westports Malaysia Dragons back in 2015.
He was part of several PBA mock drafts but having some issues with his documents, the 6-footer player unable to join the past PBA rookie selection event.
Currently, he is on the official roster of Mighty Sports Philippines that will see action on February 1 to 9 in Dubai, UAE.
He will team-up with Lamar Odom and Justin Brownlee with several known local basketball players.
With the skills of Jason Brickman, releasing him from the roster of Mono Vampire is almost close to impossible.
“To be honest, when I heard about it, I was shocked. I even got the word that he practiced with Mighty,” said Alapag.
Before Brickman left ABL he was averaging 12.8 points, 8.9 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 1.7 steals per outing. He is also third in the league for dimes per game.