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Charlotte Hornets drop violence allegations and negotiate with Miles Bridges

Miles Bridges may return to the NBA after recovering from a domestic violence case.

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The Charlotte Hornets are looking to mark the return of one of the best basketball players they’ve had in recent years They will be in talks to sign Miles BridgesJoe, who was sidelined from the NBA due to his domestic violence case, seemed to have an end to his career.

According to information provided by ESPN journalist Adrian Wojnarowski, There is a clear desire on both sides to reach a formal agreement And thus allow him to return to the squad as soon as possible so that he can once again demonstrate what is possible on the court.

During his tenure in Charlotte, the forward became one of the most important figures in the franchise. He was arrested by the police for physically assaulting his partner in front of their children. This fact gained momentum and went viral across the country when the victim related her own version of the story and shared it on her social networks.

Despite the controversy it generated against him, Bridges managed to avoid prison time after reaching a deal with prosecutors. He was sentenced to three years’ probation due to three counts of domestic violence and child abuse brought against him during the trial.

Despite these problems experienced by the Forward, The Hornets never retracted a qualifying offer made for the player before this fact became known. Due to which his firm remained grounded till after the trial. Now that everything is settled, they want to reinstate him to serve on the field again.

Wojnarowski explained that Bridges’ representatives have been in talks with the franchise several times about rehiring him; In addition, the Hornets expect him to join one of the anti-domestic violence projects to try to clean up his image.

Bridges’ sentence includes 52 weeks of counseling and parenting classes, as well as 100 hours of community service.

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