It seems that Jason Brickman’s two-year stay with Thailand-based club team Mono Vampire has ended.
According to multiple sources closely monitoring the situation, the 2016 ABL Finals Most Valuable Player has amicably parted ways with Mono.
Mono, last season’s runner-up, has struggled in 13 games this season. The Thai team is currently second-to-the-last in the 10-team field with a 2-11 record.
Brickman posted norms of 12.9 points and 8.9 rebounds, serving as one of the three imports of the club team.
Mono has yet to make a roster change.
The 6-foot floor general – who is the all-time assists leader in the ABL with 685 assists to his name – is currently in the Philippines. He has been tapped play for Mighty Sports Philippines in the 2019 Dubai International Basketball Tournament.
Brickman previously played for Mighty Sports in the 2016 Jones Cup and Merlion Cup.
It is still unknown what the 27-year-old Filipino-American plans to do next.
He is eligible to play for the PBA D-League after being drafted by Tanduay during the 2016 PBA D-League Draft in the fourth round.
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