Shannon Crawford on Brittney Griner’s ‘painful, painful letter’ and White House response | NBA Today

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ABC News Global Affairs reporter, Shannon Crawford, joins NBA Today to give an update on Brittney Griner writing a letter to President Joe Biden and the White House’s response.

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