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Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges was arrested on Tuesday in Los Angeles after a quarrel with an accompanying woman forced her to seek medical attention – for the first time. TMZ Sports.
After the call to the woman for help, policemen came. Prior to their arrival, Bridges vacated the premises. Bridges surrendered on Wednesday and was released on $ 130,000 bail.
After four seasons at the Hornets, Bridges established himself as a key part of the young team’s quick attack, showing breakthrough figures (20.2 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.8 assists) in 2021 and just before contract renewal talks in the off-season 2022.
He got up at the right time and did the dipping at the worst time.
The arrest of the striker amid contract negotiations could shake Bridges ’plan for the offseason. Charlotte offered Bridges a qualifying offer on Wednesday; however, the forward looked closely at checking his status as a restricted free agentstarting Thursday.
Bridges sought to sign the maximum extension with Charlotte, but the team refused to offer that amount to the four-year-old from Michigan.
According to Bleacher Report, last offseason Bridges refused to extend Charlotte by $ 60 million for four years.
With regard to NBA deviations in domestic violence cases, the Association tends to adjourn cases in the courts and will often fail to take disciplinary action to entail a decision by the relevant court.
Bridges appeared in the tabloids back in April when he threw his mouthpiece at a nasty fan in Atlanta and instead hit a 16-year-old girl. The association fined him $ 50,000.
Bridges was under the overall 12th pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.