Brittney Griner will do her nine-and-a-half-year sentence in what's been called a Russian “concentration camp” notorious for abuses.
Brittney Griner’s attorney showed a doctor’s letter for weed in court, the latest effort to show the WNBA player meant no harm.
“I’m terrified I might be here forever,” the WNBA All-Star wrote from Russian prison, where she’s been since Feb. 17.
Silence is a common tactic when negotiating for the return of politically sensitive detainees. And Brittney Griner is exactly that.
A Moscow court ruled that she'll be detained another two months, according to Russian news agency Tass.
WNBA star Brittney Griner is facing up to 10 years in prison after she was stopped at a Russian airport for allegedly transporting hash oil.
There are only 144 names to learn and the teams provide pronunciation guides. And yet.
The NBA and WNBA isolated players so they could continue working through the pandemic.
WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes made history in 1995 and became the first woman with her own signature sneaker—a milestone very few women athletes would meet.