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Former Michigan State basketball standout, and fan favorite, Miles Bridges has carved out a nice role for himself with the Charlotte Hornets in the NBA.

Known as a flashy role player, Bridges wanted to take the next step and be a little bit more at the next level.

Bridges has certainly looked the part so far, going crazy in his first three games of the 2021 season, averaging 25 points, 8 rebounds and 2 assists.

His performance has earned him the NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week honor.

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Tip time, TV details announced for MSU-Western Michigan on Nov. 12

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