Miles Bridges remains a restricted free agent this offseason after he was arrested on June 29th and charged with felony domestic violence. The allegations against Bridges were documented and published by the victim shortly after the incident.

Bridges has a court date in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

While there have been no teams linked with a contract offer to Bridges, the Charlotte Hornets did not withdraw their qualifying offer to him by the July 13th deadline.

In order for Bridges to become an unrestricted free agent, he would have to agree to Charlotte withdrawing the $7.9 million qualifying offer.

Bridges was widely expected to receive a long-term contract offer well over $100 million in total money in free agency.