BRIDGES: “I love it here. We play here twice in the regular season and then the Big East Tournament. We play the most games here other than our home games,” Bridges said. “Great atmosphere, great venue. It’s cool to play on that court.”
“We put him on the [opponent’s] best player. And he’s fine with that. He actually enjoys that,” Villanova coach Jay Wright said during the NCAA Tournament.
One opposing NBA general manager liked Bridges — but did not go overboard.
“Don’t get me wrong, he’s a good player. I just don’t see him as a star. I think he’ll be a solid rotation player and there’s nothing wrong with that,” the GM said.