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“Miles Bridges Will Be the Most Prolific Dunker Since Vince Carter” Claims Expert NBA Analyst

Miles Bridges

Miles Bridges has been one of the most influential players for the Charlotte Hornets this season. His incredible adeptness at conducting the offense and directing teammates has been very important for the team. However, one of his most menacing skills is probably his dunking capability.

Bridges has an astonishing vertical of 42 inches and he uses it to good effect during matches. The 23-year-old uses his towering physical presence to create space for his teammate and himself when it comes to scoring points.

In a recent Instagram post, TV analyst Tony Briscoe compared Bridges with Vince Carter, one of the iconic dunkers of his generation. He said, “By the end of his career, I think Miles Bridges will be one of the most prolific dunkers since Vince Carter.”

 

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Will Miles Bridges and the Hornets make the playoffs?

The Charlotte Hornets have been on a roll this season. They have won quite a lot of games and look well set to secure a playoff berth. If they manage to do so, it will be the first time in 15 years. Players like LaMelo Ball, Terry Rozier, and Bridges have stepped up to the plate whenever their team has needed them.

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NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 20: Caleb Martin #10 of the Charlotte Hornets high fives Miles Bridges #0 of the Charlotte Hornets

However, the Hornets season seems to falter ever since LaMelo Ball was sidelined due to an injury. With their star guard absent, the Hornets have relied upon other players who have appeared to be tired and disoriented frequently.

The Hornets are eighth in the Eastern Conference standings. At the moment, they lie squarely in contention for the playoff spots. However, they also have the Indiana Pacers breathing down their neck. James Borrego and his men will have to find some way out of this rut to rescue their season.

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