Brittney Griner's memoir "Coming Home" recalls the many months she spent in a Russian prison and how "resilient" she is.

Brittney Griner will open up about her harrowing experience locked up abroad in a forthcoming '2020' special.


Outrage over WNBA contracts and salaries are drawing attention to the very reason why Brittney Griner played for a Russian team, too.

On Thursday, Griner took the stage at Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network Women’s Empowerment Luncheon in NYC.


Brittney Griner is finally opening up about the horrific 10 months she spent detained in a Russian prison.

Earlier this month, Russian officials finally released Griner to the U.S. in a prisoner swap for convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout. 

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Noticeably missing from Brittney Griner during a prisoner swap was her signature locs, prompting speculation about why her hair was cut.

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Cherelle Griner is happy Brittney is coming home but says she’s still committed to aiding in the release of Paul Whelan.

Following a questionable conviction for drug smuggling, the WNBA star had been serving a 9-year prison sentence in Mordovia, which is known as Russia’s “land of prisons.”