The NBA has announced that they have concluded their investigation into Miles Bridges.
It has been announced by the NBA that Bridges has been suspended for 30 games.
He was arrested last offseason due to a domestic violence incident involving the mother of his children.
Last season, Bridges was a restricted free agent, and due to his arrest, he did not sign with any team.
According to Marc Stein, the NBA has deemed that Bridges has served 20 games of that suspension.
After his arrest and no-contest plea, Miles Bridges did not sign an NBA contract this season.
"In recognition of that outcome," NBA says Bridges has served 20 games already and will miss "the first 10 games he is eligible and able to play" if he lands a new deal elsewhere. https://t.co/hBpkOvEcIb
— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) April 14, 2023
So if any team wants to take a chance on Bridges this offseason, he will be suspended for the first 10 games of next season.
Bridges was last seen on an NBA floor during the 2021-22 season where he averaged a career-high 20.2 points per game.
He has shown to be a very good player in the Association, but teams will have to decide if he is worth it.
Bridges will be 25 years old next season and still has his whole prime ahead of him.
Yet, domestic violence is a serious problem and many teams will want nothing to do with him.
Also, it is odd that the NBA decided he has already served 20 games of the suspension.
He was not under contract last year, so why the NBA would decide that is confusing.
Nevertheless, Bridges is set to return to the NBA next season.
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