LaMelo Ball and Miles Bridges share such chemistry on the Charlotte Hornets that the two were given one of the NBA’s best duo nicknames. Could Airbnb really split up this summer?
Bridges is due to hit Restricted Free Agency. By all accounts, he’s likely to have his share of suitors. After the breakout 2021-22 season he had, that should come as no surprise.
The 20.2 points and 7.0 rebounds per game Bridges averaged in 2021-22 eclipsed his previous career highs. Beyond those numbers, Bridges is a solid, versatile defensive player who terrorizes opposing teams in transition.
It doesn’t feel like the Hornets can afford to let him slip away.
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Yet, they might. If this ownership group tightens the purse strings, Bridges could be an attainable target for opposing teams this summer.
Here’s a sign-and-trade that lands the promising young wing on the Indiana Pacers.