The Charlotte Hornets have received trade interest on Miles Bridges from at least three separate teams, sources tell Roderick Boone of the Charlotte Observer.

Bridges has gone on record indicating he would prefer to remain with the Hornets. Bridges has a no-trade clause as part of taking his one-year, $7.9 million qualifying offer.

For any team acquiring Bridges, they will face difficult questions due to his no contest plea on a felony domestic violence charge.

Bridges is also due in Mecklenberg County court on Feb. 20 for a hearing that involves an alleged violation of a domestic violence protective order.