“I might be back in March” Miles Bridges drops NBA comeback hint after receiving just three years of probation

Charlotte Hornets’ Miles Bridges hinted at a potential comeback in March to the NBA, after not playing this season while under investigation for a felony charge.

Bridges, who led Charlotte in scoring last season, pleaded no contest three months ago to a felony count of injuring a child’s parent, for which he agreed to a three-year probation period and no jail time. He must also complete 52 weeks of parenting classes, 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling, and 100 hours of community service.

The charges arose from allegations of assaulting his girlfriend in front of their two children in June, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney.

Despite his off-court troubles, Bridges is a restricted free agent and is likely to face disciplinary action from the league. The Hornets’ General Manager, Mitch Kupchak, has not revealed the team’s plans for Bridges’ future, stating that the NBA’s investigation is still ongoing.

Bridges averaged 20.2 points, 7 rebounds, and 3.8 assists, all career highs, in his last season with the team.

Bridges’ possible return to the NBA is an exciting prospect for fans and the team, with his scoring ability being sorely missed.

Bridge, who’s a Michigan native, was a standout player for the Michigan State Spartans, averaging 17 points over two seasons before entering the NBA in 2018. Bridges have been working hard to address his off-court issues and are eager to get back on the court.

With the possibility of Bridges’ return, the Hornets could see a boost to their season, as they currently sit in the middle of the Eastern Conference standings.

However, it remains to be seen what action the NBA will take regarding Bridges’ situation, and how it will impact his potential return. For now, fans will have to wait and see if Bridges’ comeback hint becomes a reality, and how he will fare on his return to the court.



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