Hornets’ Miles Bridges denied access to Canada for NBA game due to legal problems, AP source says
Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges has been denied entrance to Canada for an NBA game due to his past legal problems.
Hornets' Miles Bridges denied access to Canada for NBA game due to legal problems
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges has been denied entrance to Canada due to his past legal problems and will not be available to play Monday night in Toronto against the Raptors.A team official confirmed that Bridges would be listed as not with the team for
Hornets' Miles Bridges denied access to Canada for NBA game due to legal problems, AP source says
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges has been denied entrance to Canada for an NBA game due to his past legal problems, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Monday.
NBA player denied entry
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges has been denied entrance to Canada due to his past legal problems and will not be available to play Monday night in Toronto against the Raptors. A team official confirmed that Bridges would be listed as not with the team for personal reasons on the official scoresheet. Hornets coach Steve Clifford would not comment on the reason for Bridges’ absence when he spoke to reporters before Monday’s game. “The only thing I’m going to say is neither Miles nor (rookie centre Nathan Mensah from Ghana) will be here with us tonight,” Clifford said. “That’s all I’m going to say.” Bridges is currently serving three years of probation after pleading no contest in exchange for no jail time in the June 2022 domestic violence case involving the mother of his two children, who accused Bridges of assaulting her in front of them. He must adhere to a 10-year criminal protection order for the woman, weekly narcotics and marijuana testing, and restitution, according to the…
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