By Leobert Julian A. de la Peña
One of the most highly-anticipated PBA debuts will be happening in the 3×3 court.
After failing to complete all the necessary papers for the 2021 PBA Rookie draft, Filipino-American Jason Brickman decided to take his talents in the first season of the league’s 3×3 tournament.
The savvy veteran guard will be headlining Meralco Bolts’ 3×3 lineup which was announced through the team’s official social media pages.
One of head coach Jimmy Alapag’s most trusted players during their Alab Pilipinas days in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL), Brickman proved to everyone that he is more than just a point guard.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic struck and halted ABL’s season, Brickman was filling up the stats sheet for Alab and is already looking forward to duplicating that effort for the PH basketball club.
Beefing up Brickman’s playing experience is his stint with LIU Brooklyn in the NCAA Division I after becoming the all-time season assist leader for two straight years.
Now that Brickman will finally debut in his first PH pro league game, the different PBA scouts will have a chance to take a closer look at Brickman before the 2022 Rookie draft.