Miles Bridges drops 30 points in first game back from health and safety protocols

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Former Spartan Miles Bridges made his presence known in his first game back in nearly two weeks on Saturday — dropping 30 points and grabbing 5 rebounds in a narrow overtime loss vs. the New York Knicks.

Bridges was forced to miss that last six games due to league healthy and safety protocols. Bridges finished the game hitting 12-of-21 shots from the field, including 5-of-12 from three-point range.

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Charlotte has locked up a spot in the NBA Play-In Tournament and will need to win on Sunday against Washington to earn the pivotal eighth seed. With a loss, the Hornets would fall to the No. 10 seed and need to win both games in the play-in tournament to move on to the first round.

Tipoff between the Hornets and Wizards is at 1 p.m. EDT on Sunday. Spartans Wire will have you covered on all of the upcoming Michigan State-related NBA postseason action, including a breakdown of which former Spartans will be in this year’s playoffs.

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