The Most Improved Album
We here at Buzz City Records are thrilled to share the hottest new album on our label from our Breakout Artist of the Year nominee, Miles Bridges. The “Most Improved” album features record-shattering hits that have been topping charts across the country.
In this album, Bridges has set his sights higher and bigger – producing and scoring in ways that are even grander than his previous musical season. The Breakout Artist of the Year nominee dropped his “Most Improved” album while on his fourth tour that featured 82 stops across the US including multiple shows in Buzz City – Charlotte, North Carolina. His sensational performances this year have not only been entertaining for his loyal fans but have also been an absolute electric experience for everyone in the game.
ALL OF THE HIGHLIGHTS
A bumpin’ beat that gets fans out of their seats. Bridges leads Charlotte in dunks (111) as the Hornets have been a highlight reel all season, ranking second in the NBA in dunks.
AMBITIONS AS A FLYER
Despite ranking 14th this season in dunks and surpassing his previous career high (82), the high-flying Bridges’ improvements this year have shown he’s more than just a dunker.
CLT STATE OF MIND
All love for Buzz City! Bridges has gotten better every season since his NBA debut as the Hornets have increased their win total in each of his last three seasons (23 wins in 2019-20, 33 wins in 2020-21, 40+ wins and counting in 2021-22).
THROW SOME 3s
Has made a new single-season career high in 3-point field goals (145). He has made 102above the break 3s, also a career best, which is 29 more than his previous season high (2020-21: 73) and more than the combined total of his first two NBA seasons (2018-19: 58, 2019-20: 35).
DANG, IT FEELS GOOD TO BE A HORNET
It feels great to be a Hornet, but especially when tallying a number of 20-point performances. Bridges ranks tied for 17th in the NBA with 41 20-point games this season, including nine 30-point contests, after having just 24 games with 20+ points and three games with 30+ points in his first three seasons.
Ranking 28th in scoring (20.3), Bridges leapfrogged into the top 30 in points per game after he was 89th during the 2020-21 season. He has totaled 1,522 points this season, which ranks 15th after he was 85th in total scoring (840) in the previous season.
Pushin’ his game to the next level, Bridges is having a career season, setting single-season career highs in points (1,522), rebounds (532), assists (285), steals (72) and blocks (65).
Miles for MIP
MO’ SCORING, NO PROBLEM
Turn the volume up on this one: More scoring for Bridges has been no problem, increasing his scoring average by 7.6 points per game from the previous season to this season, the third-largest jump in scoring this year (among players with 200 FGA in each season).
HARD IN THE PAINT
Move, get out the way! Don’t let Bridges in the paint as he has posted 794paint points this season, ranking seventh in the NBA. He has totaled 382 more points in the paint than his previous single-season high while making 329 restricted area field goals, which ranks third in the NBA.
(IF MY TEAMMATES CAN’T HAVE SOME)
Sharing is caring, right? It’s always fun when dishing dimes to teammates and Bridges has been the life of the party, recording 285 assists this season, surpassing his assist total (261) from the last two seasons combined. He had 11 career games with five-plus assists in his first three seasons and has 27 such games this season.
ALWAYS ON THE BOARDS
Crashing the glass and smashing the boards is always a top priority for Bridges who has 15 double-doubles this season. He has had 11 20-point double-doubles after just five in his first three seasons, including two games with at least 35 points and 10 rebounds, making him just one of 12 players with multiple such games.