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Brittney Griner speaks out for first time since U.S.-Russia prisoner swap: 'It feels so good to be home!'

Brittney Griner speaks out for first time since U.S.-Russia prisoner swap: 'It feels so good to be home!'

Brittney Griner has made her first public comments since returning to the United States, thanking her family, WNBA teammates and the Biden Administration in an Instagram post on Friday. The Phoenix Mercury star traveled back to the U.

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Did the NBA admit Michael Jordan is the GOAT over LeBron James? Social media reacts to new MVP trophy

Did the NBA admit Michael Jordan is the GOAT over LeBron James? Social media reacts to new MVP trophy

Who’s better: LeBron James or Michael Jordan? The debate that still echoes through every sports bar, grinds barbershop production to a halt and has carried sports talk shows to new heights may finally have its answer.

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Brittney Griner detainment, explained: Russia releases Phoenix Mercury star in prisoner swap

Brittney Griner detainment, explained: Russia releases Phoenix Mercury star in prisoner swap

After being held for nearly 10 months in Russia, Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner was released on Thursday, Dec. 8, in a prisoner swap for international arms dealer Viktor Bout, according to CBS News.

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Inside Yuta Watanabe's historic 3-point shooting: How Nets forward suddenly became NBA's most accurate shooter

Inside Yuta Watanabe's historic 3-point shooting: How Nets forward suddenly became NBA's most accurate shooter

With each passing game, Yuta Watanabe continues to prove that he belongs in the Nets' rotation. Though defense and energy have been his calling card thus far, the 28-year-old has unexpectedly emerged as Brooklyn’s best 3-point shooter.

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'Too small' taunt, explained: Origin story behind NBA's most disrespectful sign of trash talk

'Too small' taunt, explained: Origin story behind NBA's most disrespectful sign of trash talk

Basketball, like most other sports, is a game of strategy. In the NBA, a league where the average height of a player is 6-foot-7, much of the strategy is related to size advantages, or disadvantages, depending on how you view them.

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