This past week, 2014 All-NEC first teamer and NEC all-time assist king, LIU Brooklyn point guard Jason Brickman headed down to Portsmouth, Virginia to play in the annual Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) which is a tournament of 64 invited senior players who play in teams of eight players and they play in three games in front of NBA and international scouts and executives.
Brickman was on a team named Mike Duman Auto Sales (every team is named after a tournament sponsor). Brickman played in all three games. Here are his stat lines for all three games:
As the numbers show, Brickman had a tough time shooting the ball making just 30% of his field goals and going 1 for 6 from the further out NBA three-point line.
He averaged just over 23 minutes per game in the three games, averaging 2.3 ppg and 4.0 apg. He started in just one of the three games, getting a start in game two. He also had just over a 2-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio in the PIT.
His team went winless in the three games at the PIT, losing by the scores of 79-77, 95-75, 87-69.
Next up, we will now wait and see if Brickman gets any invites to any pre-draft NBA workouts or camps in the coming weeks.