Miles Bridges knows humility. It’s how he discovered the Hornets’ truth — and his own.
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The Charlotte Observer

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Miles Bridges is going to say things that make others uneasy. That’s OK. Sometimes friction is essential to improvement. If that means getting into it with coaches over switching from zone to man-to-man defense, that’s fine. If it means speaking out about water contamination in his hometown of Flint, Mich., that’s good. Last fall, it meant saying the Hornets “haven’t been a good organization in a long time” to spark change. Bridges will keep speaking his mind. “I feel like if I keep my mouth closed on stuff I feel very passionate about, then nothing will get fixed,” Bridges t…

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