Kyrie Irving’s 3 Word appeal to America’s most powerful man for “sister” Brittney Griner

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The Brooklyn Nets’ opening night witnessed a very significant moment.

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Before the Nets faced the New Orleans Pelicans, they sent a special request to the President of the United States.

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Backed by his teammates, Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving requested President Biden to bring WNBA star Brittney Griner back home.

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As the cameras zoomed in on Irving, he spoke to the crowd and thanked them for being present there.

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Irving told the fans that the team will need their support as they aim for the championship trophy.

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As he continued, the Brooklyn Nets star also mentioned the WNBA Star Brittney Griner, who is currently in prison in Russia.

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“The big picture that’s going on in the world is free our sister, Brittney Griner, Please. Please.”

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Then Kyrie urged the most powerful man of America, President Joe Biden, saying, “do your job.” He continued, “Everybody do your job.

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Please bring our sister home. And we wouldn’t be doing our jobs to the best of our abilities if we didn’t stand on what we believe in,” said Kyrie Irving.

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Earlier, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry too had addressed the Griner issue prior to their game against the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Stephen Curry has always been vocal about his stance on Brittney Griner’s case. The Golden State Warriors superstar had even extended his help to bring the WNBA star home.

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During the Warriors ring ceremony, Steph talked about her as part of the #WeAreBG campaign started by her agent prior to Griner’s appeal hearing on October 25.

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Steph gave a shoutout to Griner, as it was her 32nd birthday.

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“We want to continue to let her name be known. It’s been 243 days since she’s been wrongfully incarcerated in Russia. We hope that she comes home soon.”

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said Steph. On the contrary, Brittney Griner met up with her lawyers on her birthday to prepare for the hearing.

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According to Associated Press, Griner’s lawyer Maria Blagovolina said that while it wasn’t much of a celebration, Blagovolina did see Griner smile.

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“Thank you everyone for fighting so hard to get me home. All the support and love are definitely helping me,” said Griner.

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