Brittney Griner

Brittney Griner was a member of the 2014 WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury, a member of Team USA’s 2016 gold medal team during 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and a two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. Read all about Brittney Griner's game and impact on the league.

Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

April 26, 2021

Brittney Griner is one of the most dominant players to take the court. The 6’9” icon with an 86-inch wingspan and size 17 shoe has won at every level she’s ever played. She has been at the forefront of social movements, shaped the public perception of the WNBA’s politics since the day she was drafted,

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Brittney Griner Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

Brittney Griner Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

March 18, 2021

Brittney Griner highlights reveal how she has become one of the most dominant players in basketball history. So today, we’re going to rank her top career highlights, and break down each move step by step, revealing just how she works her magic. It’s not just her 6’8″ size that makes her so dominant! Brittney has

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Kia Nurse: Leading & Still Learning

Kia Nurse: Leading & Still Learning

February 18, 2021

When players get traded, their lives are upended. New team, new city, new teammates, new fans, and a new lifestyle. It’s an intimidating time for any athlete. But when Kia Nurse was traded for the first time in her young career to the Phoenix Mercury from the New York Liberty earlier this month, she had

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Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

December 13, 2020

Diana Taurasi’s accomplishments on the college, international, and professional court are unrivaled — by any man or woman — in world history. The 6-foot 38 year-old is the WNBA’s all-time leader in points, field goals, three-pointers, and free throws. And, incredibly, she’s still dominating today. Plus, she doesn’t just break records: she wins. When push

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WNBA Blocks: 10 Can’t Miss Rejections

WNBA Blocks: 10 Can’t Miss Rejections

December 2, 2020

WNBA blocks are pure speed, athleticism, and power on display. And they have the potential to be an absolute game changer. They amp up the bench and frustrate the offense. Plus, much like WNBA dunks, they leave the fans in awe. So today, we’re going to take a look at some monster blocks. We’re talking

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WNBA Quotes: 31 Inspirational Insights

WNBA Quotes: 31 Inspirational Insights

November 25, 2020

WNBA quotes reveal insights about basketball, encourage athletes to believe in themselves, and spread love for the game. So today, let’s take a look at some of the best quips made by all time greats on the court and off, from Lisa Leslie to Barack Obama and Gabrielle Union. Let’s get inspired for greatness by

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The Tallest WNBA Player in 2021 Might Surprise You

The Tallest WNBA Player in 2021 Might Surprise You

November 11, 2020

Did you know that in the entire the history of the WNBA only one player has been at least seven feet tall? Today we’re going reveal the tallest WNBA player in history, as well as the tallest women on WNBA teams today in 2021. We’ll also explore all aspects of how height impacts the game

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WNBA Salary 2021: The Lows & Highs

WNBA Salary 2021: The Lows & Highs

October 4, 2020

The average 2021 WNBA salary is $120,648. That’s up from just $74,349.14 in 2019. In the US, that’s a decent wage, in general, considering the U.S. Census Bureau listed the annual median personal income at $33,706 in 2018. However it’s not a decent wage for a professional athlete. It’s especially not a decent wage for one of the

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WNBA Dunks: 27 Slams & 7 Players in League History

WNBA Dunks: 27 Slams & 7 Players in League History

October 2, 2020

We often say “slam dunk” when we think something is going to be a sure thing. But the dunk has not always been a sure thing. In fact, it was totally banned from NCAA play from 1967 to 1976! Luckily for us, today it’s back – like the cherry on top of our women’s basketball sundae.

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