1.6 + 1.6 is easy to find when you play in the league by yourself.
Somehow you managed to draft Lebron, George, Embiid, Paul in the same draft, all 2nd round or higher players. That can only be explained by the FACT that you are playing in the league by yourself. And you still have Millsap, Collins, Covington, Richardson, Teague. I doubt any of these players went below 6th round in any semi-competitive league. Maybe Collins, but he is still a solid trade candidate. Him with other players I listed rule out the possibility of reasonable trade in order for you to acquire the players above.
I'd understand if you had players like Vuc, Siakam, TJ Warren, Brook Lopez. Players that are seriously crushing their ADP, but no you probably didn't think about the possibility that someone would call your BS out.
I just checked my player pool in 12th teamer also, semi-competitive, and there are only a couple players close to 1.6 + 1.6, all inferior to Bridges cause of blocks.
Shumpert is one of them.
Bembry is nowhere close to that, you'd have to double his stats and he is still inferior.
That being said Bridges is obviously not a great fantasy player. He is barely ownable. The reason is because he will not be able to sustain 1.6x1.6x1, but you saying that that is easy to find is as stupid as it gets.
If you ever start playing in competitive leagues, you will realise that in 12th teamers people are always looking for players, and that player pool is usually pretty shallow. Simple maths, 12 teams x 13 players = 156 players owned. Usually more because of INJ spot. Now go look at player rankings somewhere and check players that are 110 and bellow. Noel is 119, Danny Green 109, Pj Tucker 124, Monte Morris 128. You get my point. In a competitive league where you didn't draft perfectly, there is a pretty huge possibility that you will have a couple of bad players at your team at all times.
I would consider Mikal a bad fantasy player, but he is still able to produce.
Conclusion constant 1.6x1.6 in 12 teamer is pretty damn hard to find. Given that you are not playing with yourself.