Miles Bridges is set to his restricted free agency after a career-year, averaging 20.2 points, seven rebounds and 3.8 assists per game. The former Michigan State Spartan should have several suitors if the Hornets don’t plan on offering him a max contract.
On Monday’s episode of “NBA Today”, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst stated that at the moment, Bridges ‘is not being offered a max contract’ by the Hornets, opening up the door for him to go get a max offer elsewhere.
Now, if Bridges accepts a max contract offer from another team, the Hornets will have 48 hours to match the offer or facilitate a sign-and-trade.
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Miles Bridges is not being offered a max contract by the Charlotte Hornets right now 👀
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