Brittney Griner

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May 19, 2022

  • Brittney Yevette Griner (born October 18, 1990) is an American professional basketball player for the Phoenix Mercury of the Women's National Basketball
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  • former Temple power forward Candice Dupree, former Baylor center Brittney Griner, and Australian guard Penny Taylor. In 1998, 2007, 2009, 2014, and
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  • {{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) "Brittney Griner's wife, Glory Johnson-Griner, announces pregnancy | For The Win". USA Today. June
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  • the Week: Brittney Griner and Jonquel Jones". wnba.com. WNBA. July 12, 2021. Retrieved July 13, 2021. "WNBA Players of the Week: Brittney Griner and Jonquel
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  • Griner is a surname that may refer to the following people: Brittney Griner (born 1990), American basketball player Carolyn S. Griner, former Acting Director
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  • star Brittney Griner as 'high-profile hostage'". Yahoo! News. Retrieved 6 March 2022. "Fears grow Russia could use US basketball star Brittney Griner as
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  • no other Sky players scored in the game. The Mercury were led by Brittney Griner with 20 points, Diana Taurasi with 17, and Skylar Diggins-Smith with
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  • on her way to 21 total points, Brittney Griner scored 16, and Turner's 12 rounded out the double-digit scorers. Griner added 10 rebounds to complete a
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  • the Week: Brittney Griner and Jonquel Jones". wnba.com. WNBA. July 12, 2021. Retrieved July 13, 2021. "WNBA Players of the Week: Brittney Griner and Jonquel
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  • Freshman of the Year Brittney Griner – 2009–10 Odyssey Sims – 2010–11 Elite 90 Award Lindsay Palmer – 2010, 2012 Wade Trophy Brittney Griner – 2011–12, 2012–13
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  • Candice Dupree (who was traded to the Mercury in 2010), rising star Brittney Griner (who was drafted 1st overall in the 2013 WNBA Draft) and the arrival
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  • nailbiter, the Sparks lost on a last second jumper by Phoenix rookie Brittney Griner, ending the Sparks' season by one point for the second straight year
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  • Brittany (name) (redirect from Brittney)
    1995), Australian diver Brittany Brown, American professional wrestler Brittney Griner (born 1990), American basketball player Brittany Jackson (born 1983)
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  • Crystal Langhorne, Washington 2008–2013, Seattle 2014–2020 .5571 – Brittney Griner, Phoenix 2013–present .6684 – Tamika Williams, Minnesota 2003 .6649
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  • Donne, Delaware Skylar Diggins, Notre Dame Kelly Faris, Connecticut Brittney Griner, Baylor Tianna Hawkins, Maryland Tayler Hill, Ohio State Lindsey Moore
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  • this upcoming season, the league would honor the Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner with a “BG42” floor decal in a notable spot on the court of all 12
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  • professional athlete designs with Scott Fujita and Chris Kluwe, and Brittney Griner. Ferguson uses his full name as there was already an actor called Jesse
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  • presented by Nike will be televised on ESPNU. Baylor Lady Bear signees Brittney Griner and Mariah Chandler are two of the 20 players selected to participate
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  • (2011–12) Most career blocks: Brittney Griner – Baylor (736)[1] (2009–13) Most blocks single season, player: Brittney Griner – Baylor (223) (2009–10) Most
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  • com/high-school/girls-basketball/story/_/id/3946509/griner-attend-mcdonald-game ESPN.com article about Britney Griner missing '09 Contest https://web.archive
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  • in doubt until the final seconds. The Hoyas hung on to win 61–56. Brittney Griner only played 22 minutes, but she wasn't needed in an easy win against
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  • Retrieved 2016-04-03. "Baylor's Griner is AP Player of the Year". Associated Press. Retrieved April 6, 2013. "Brittney Griner of Baylor is The Associated
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  • Moore of UConn, Seimone Augustus of Louisiana State University, and Brittney Griner of Baylor University. Davis and Moore are the only players of either
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  • would play under head coach Sandy Brondello and alongside the likes of Brittney Griner, DeWanna Bonner, and Diana Taurasi. Cunningham is the eighth Missouri
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  • 2009: Maya Moore 2010: Maya Moore 2011: Maya Moore 2012: Brittney Griner 2013: Brittney Griner 2014: Breanna Stewart 2015: Missy Franklin 2016: Breanna
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  • wnba.com. WNBA. August 20, 2018. Retrieved August 30, 2018. "Phoenix's Griner, Connecticut's Jones and Chicago's Vandersloot Earn 2019 WNBA Peak Performer
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  • and Lindsay Taylor, Zheng Haixia, Maria Stepanova, Liz Cambage, and Brittney Griner, each at 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m), are taller than she. Born in Grand Rapids
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  • WNBA Stats". Basketball-Reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2016. "Brittney Griner WNBA Stats". Basketball-Reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2016. "Chiney
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  • 2014–2015 season, Shanxi won its third straight title, beating the Brittney Griner-led Beijing 3–1 in the finals after dropping the first game. She averaged
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  • star Brittney Griner as 'high-profile hostage'". Yahoo! News. Retrieved 6 March 2022. "Fears grow Russia could use US basketball star Brittney Griner as
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  • Brunson again made the All-Star Game, starting in place of the injured Brittney Griner. Brunson set the career mark for rebounds in the Finals, with 130,
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  • Brittney Griner accepting an award
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  • figures such as John Amaechi, Billy Bean, Jason Collins, Wade Davis, Brittney Griner, Billie Jean King, David Kopay, Conner Mertens, Martina Navratilova
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  • Dydek, 7 ft 2 in (218 cm), Bernadett Határ, 6 ft 10.5 in (210 cm), Brittney Griner and Han Xu, both 6 ft 9 in (206 cm), are taller than her. Heidi Gillingham
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  • Oklahoma and Brittney Griner of Baylor have won three times. No freshman has ever won the award. Only the two three-time winners (Paris and Griner) and 2015
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  • The much-publicized 2013 WNBA Draft produced Baylor University star Brittney Griner, Delaware's Elena Delle Donne, and Notre Dame All American Skylar Diggins
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  • first basketball program – men's or women's – to finish 40–0. Center Brittney Griner was named the National Player of the Year, while Coach Kim Mulkey was
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  • 58-46 score. Brittney Griner, 2011 WBCA National Defensive Player of the Year Brittney Griner, Finalist, 2011 Wooden Award Brittney Griner, AP All-American
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  • Sparks, Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury, Nneka Ogwumike of the Los Angeles Sparks, and Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm. With Griner missing
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  • Houston; resident of Missouri City, Texas Donovan Greer, football player Brittney Griner, basketball player Ben Guez, baseball player Charlie Haas, retired
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  • 2009: Maya Moore 2010: Maya Moore 2011: Maya Moore 2012: Brittney Griner 2013: Brittney Griner 2014: Breanna Stewart 2015: Missy Franklin 2016: Breanna
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  • professional debut, Delle Donne scored 22 points against fellow rookie Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury, in a 102–80 victory. She led all players in
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  • received all 40 possible votes from the media panel—Baylor center Brittney Griner, Notre Dame point guard Skylar Diggins, and Delaware's multi-positional
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  • the 2011 State Farm Coaches All-America Team. She joined Baylor's Brittney Griner as one of only two sophomores honored, and was just the third Irish
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  • wnba.com. WNBA. July 1, 2019. Retrieved July 1, 2019. "Tina Charles, Brittney Griner Earn Players Of The Week". wnba.com. WNBA. July 8, 2019. Retrieved
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  • Andrew Goudelock (2011), Usain Bolt (2012), Mariano Rivera (2013), Brittney Griner (2013), Johnny Manziel (2014), Landon Donovan (2014), Mo'ne Davis (2015)
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  • athletes [2]: Archery: Khatuna Lorig Baseball: Bryce Harper Basketball: Brittney Griner, DeAndre Jordan, Kevin Love Field Hockey: Paige Selenski Football:
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  • Philadelphia 76ers The Dream Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Rockets The Phenom Brittney Griner, Phoenix Mercury Rim Protector The Evolution Anthony Davis, New Orleans
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  • to Phoenix Mercury as assistant coach". azcentral. "Diana Taurasi, Brittney Griner plan to return for Phoenix Mercury in 2020". azcentral. Lyles Jr.,
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  • and Chicago Sky. The top pick was awarded to Phoenix Mercury. Center Brittney Griner was drafted first overall by the Phoenix Mercury. About 70+ games were
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