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Roy Jones Jr. spoke to TMZ Sports and declared his willingness to bring Griner home. [Read More]
In honor of Brittney Griner, no one on the USA Women's National Team will wear No. 15 during the 2022 FIBA World Cup. [Read More]
USA Basketball said none of its players at the Women's World Cup would wear the number 15 when the tournament begins on Thursday, in honor... [Read More]
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Brittney Griner's absence is weighing on the minds of her USA Basketball teammates, who are trying to fill the void as they prepare for the... [Read More]
USA Basketball said none of its players at the Women's World Cup would wear the number 15 when the tournament begins on Thursday, in honour... [Read More]
USA Basketball said none of its players at the Women's World Cup would wear the number 15 when the tournament begins on Thursday, in honor... [Read More]
Brittney Griner's highly publicized legal woes in Russia and the country's invasion of Ukraine has the top WNBA players opting to take their talents elsewhere... [Read More]
Brittney Griner's absence is weighing on the minds of her USA Basketball... [Read More]
The U.S. women's basketball roster has undergone major changes since the Americans won gold at the Tokyo Olympics last year with Sue Bird retired and... [Read More]
Brittney Griner weighed heavily on the mind of the U.S. women's basketball team as they prepared for the upcoming FIBA World Cup. The Americans have... [Read More]
With Brittney Griner still detained in Russia, the U.S. women's frontcourt lacks its usual dominant size and international experience heading into the World Cup. [Read More]
Brittney Griner's highly publicized legal woes in Russia and the country's invasion of Ukraine has the top WNBA players opting to take their talents elsewhere... [Read More]
Griner's U.S. teammates have agreed not to wear her No. 15 jersey during the 10-day tournament in Sydney. [Read More]
WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner is escorted from a court room ater a hearing, in Khimki just outside Moscow, Russia, Thursday,... [Read More]
The U.S. women's basketball roster has undergone major changes since the Americans won gold at the Tokyo Olympics last year with Sue Bird retired and... [Read More]
WNBA players make big money playing in Russia, but will not go there this offseason with Brittney Griner still jailed and the invasion of Ukraine... [Read More]
Brittney Griner's highly publicized legal woes in Russia and the country's invasion of Ukraine has the top WNBA players opting to take their talents... [Read More]
Brittney Griner's highly publicized legal woes in Russia and the country's invasion of Ukraine has the top WNBA players opting to take their talents elsewhere this offseason.... [Read More]
For the past few decades, Russia has been the preferred offseason destination for WNBA players to compete. That all has come to an abrupt end... [Read More]
All-Stars Breanna Stewart, Jonquel Jones and Courtney Vandersloot addressed their decisions to reject Russia and the lucrative contracts that come with playing there. [Read More]
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