Bridges likely to never play again, and rightfully so
Jeffrey Taylor received a 24-game suspension for domestic violence in 2014, which is the longest in NBA history to this day.
He earned it by doing the following:
“According to the NBA press release, Taylor and the woman got into an argument after a night of heavy drinking, which prompted other hotel guests to summon security.
Then it escalated, so Taylor pushed her into the corridor. She then fell to the ground and hit her head on a different door, causing her to become unconscious.
Taylor also slapped her arm and punched a hole in the wall near his hotel room, according to the press statement he sent.
As reported by the police, the woman received scratches and a bump on her head, but did not seek medical attention.
Miles is in a similar boat, but much worst. This isn’t tied to binge drinking. Also this was his wife, not his girlfriend,
Among other things, he is accused of breaking her nose, wrist, and choking her. (which is a felony itself).
Not to mention, it’s 2022. His case involves his wife posting the photos on social media for the entire world to see.
A disturbing video of his son’s facetime discussion is at the heart of this case as well, and it’s a tough watch to say the least.
The situation for Miles Bridges is far more serious.
Cancel culture wasn’t nearly as prevalent in 2014 as well.
Certainly Miles Bridges will miss the entire 2022-2023 NBA season, and he probably will be in prison instead of the NBA for a pretty long time.