The NBA announced on Friday that the Charlotte Hornets have restricted free agent forwarding Miles Bridges – who does not object to the felony of causing bodily harm to a child’s parents in exchange for three years’ probation and no jail time Later accused of assaulting his girlfriend in front of two children – will be given a 30-match ban for his actions, with the federation giving him credit after 20 games has served. Meaning, any franchise that decides to compromise its morals to get a spring wing that can net you 20 points per night, there will be no free agency additions for all. 10 games next year.
I have a question…
I have a lot of questions, the most pressing of which is: How can you serve a 20-game suspension if you’re not on the NBA roster?
Aside from LeBron James, no one is willing to approach the four-year professional player who cannot start his fifth year of radioactive contamination in the 2022 season because of the pending litigation and the PR push they have caused. disregard his off-court affairs.
Last summer, the team and Bridges allow his eligible offer to expire, making him a restricted free agent. I’d say, if you can’t recruit anyone and have to sit out a season because of your own actions, the league shouldn’t stoop to retrofit the penalty. Am I crazy? Am I the only one interested in decency? Image? Integrity?
Here is another pertinent question in my many lines: Not enough the rich get a break for being the bad guys this week? Congratulations, Miles, you and Dan Snyder can toast at any bar that lets you show your face.
And my last question to Adam Silver. Umm, what the hell are you doing? I mean I know what you’re doing when you make this news at 5pm on a Friday, but I think you’re a sane commissioner.